How To Auto Hide – Show Tabs Only – Show Tabs And Commands in Microsoft Office Applications?

Do you need more space when you work in Microsoft Office Applications? You want to focus more on your Document? Pay more attention at the Formulas in your Spreadsheet? Have more space for your PowerPoint Slides or your Message in Outlook? This is where the Ribbon Display Options features appears in Microsoft Office Applications. Just keep on reading the post below to find out how to use these features.

How To Show, Hide, Customize the Ribbon in Office

In the image below, I have Microsoft Word running and at the top right corner of the application I have selected the command Ribbon Display Options. Once the Ribbon Display Options command is selected, the drop-down menu appears where we have the following three commands available:

  • Auto Hide Ribbon: By selecting this command, we Hide The Ribbon. We can Click At the Top Of The Application To Show It.
  • Show Tabs: By selecting this command, we Show Ribbon Tabs Only. We Can Click A Tab To Show The Commands.
  • Show Tabs And Commands: By selecting this command, we Show Ribbon Tabs And Commands All The Time.

AutoHide Ribbon Options

In the below screenshot I have selected the Auto Hide Ribbon command.

Ribbon Hidden

In the below screenshot I have selected the Show Tabs command.

Tabs Shown Only

In the below screenshot I have selected the Show Tabs And Command.

Ribbon Shown

In the image below, I have Microsoft Excel running and at the top right corner of the application I have selected the command Ribbon Display Options. The same commands are available also here as described above.

AutoHide Ribbon Options

In the image below, I have Microsoft PowerPoint running and at the top right corner of the application I have selected the command Ribbon Display Options. The same commands are available also here as described above.

AutoHide Ribbon Options

In the image below, I have Microsoft Outlook running and at the top right corner of the application I have selected the command Ribbon Display Options. The same commands are available also here as described above.

AutoHide Ribbon Options

Another way to Collapse the Ribbon automatically, is to select the File tab, to move to Backstage View and then from the drop-down menu at the left we select the command Options. Once the Options command is selected the Word Options dialog box appears, where we select the General tab at the left and then under the category User Interface Options we activate the check box next to the command Collapse The Ribbon Automatically. We then press the Ok button located at the bottom right corner of the Word Options dialog box, for the changes to be applied. The same procedure we must follow in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook.

Collapse Ribbon Automatically

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