QAT Overflow to 2nd Row
The QAT is nice since it is the only usable way of customizing the ribbon. But since you (dis)"improved" the QAT buttons by making them phatter to be "touch friendly" and PC UNFRIENDLY(!) it is less useful.
Hiding "extra" buttons in a drop down reduces the usefulness of the QAT.
Create a user option to display the QAT on 2 or more rows as required.
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Trevor Ennis commented
For proficiency, having the toolbar automatically morph into two rows will be beneficial, as I sometimes need to view original PDF on one side of the screen and the converted .doc on the opposite side of the screen. When this happens, my toolbar gets truncated, and I have to use the drop arrow for the others. At which point, I might as well use the original sequences.
this would be super helpful - and maybe just have a setting that indicates how many rows the user is prepared to allow 1 (default), 2, 3...
Norbert Weber commented
Use the QAT all the time and find it very useful. Having many options a second and even a third row would make it much easier to use.
I heartily agree with the request made by those with many tools on their QAT that that the overflow be automatically displayed on a second row, without the need to click the >> icon.
Rather than assign key combinations for the many macros I use while editing, I prefer to click an icon. Having the macro icons all display without having to click an arrow would speed my work (and time is money ;-)
Just do it! :-)
Diana Waggoner commented
The "quick access" toolbar isn't "quick" if you have to click a little tiny box to see all of the icons on it. It should be totally visible all the time.
Please do this! Alternatively, recognise that laptops/desktops are different from touch screen devices and need a different approach in their user interfaces - put back the smaller icons on the QAT, as a start.
V. McCarthy commented
Wordperfect has, for many years, had the ability to have two (or more) rows of customized buttons to include shorts cuts to often-used procedures and macros. Seems to me that if the No.2 word processor can do this, why can't No.1?
the quick access toolbar is a very useful feature and I use it constantly - but I need access to more of my buttons.
please can you add a second line of icons rather than hiding them
I didn't understand the word "phatter" at first, and maybe other readers won't either: but I then realised the intention was "fatter" or "wider". The suggestion of having an automatic overflow onto multiple rows is a good one and I thoroughly support it.