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Customize your windows XP work environment

Describe at least 5 different things you can do to customize your windows XP work environment. Site your sources.

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1. Customize Toolbars in Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer
You can add, remove, rearrange, or reformat the buttons on the Standard Buttons toolbar in Microsoft Internet Explorer or Windows Explorer in Microsoft Windows XP. To get started, right-click on the toolbar, and then click Customize.

The Standard Buttons toolbar in Internet Explorer
In addition, there are several easy ways to customize your Web-browsing environment in Internet Explorer, including adding your most frequently used links to their own toolbar, or even adding the Internet Explorer Address bar to your Windows taskbar. For example you can add certain program on the toolbar by doing this.

2. Customize Toolbars and Menus in Microsoft Office Programs
Would you like to decide the order of menu items in Office? Perhaps you want to choose the size of toolbar buttons or add your most frequently-used tasks to your own custom toolbar? Well, you might be surprised at just how quick and easy that is to do.
To begin customizing your workspace in any Office program, click the Tools menu, and then click Customize. The dialog box that opens includes a ...

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