Back when Microsoft 2007 made its debut, and cries about the thick (if potentially useful) "ribbon" interface arose, we shared a tip on minimising the ribbon with a right-click. In newer versions, you can double-click a tab, or press Ctrl+F1 on your keyboard to shrink down the ribbon to a minimalist strip. There's also a small downward-facing arrow on the title bar you can click with your mouse. [Download Squad]
Double-Click A Tab To Shrink Microsoft Office's Ribbon Toolbar
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