You can't give "ribbon" users the close all command. You can only give it to "Quck Access Toolbar" users. I have open, close, close all and several other routine tasks that aren't easily accessible on the ribbons set up there.
I made a point of looking through the "commands not in ribbon" section of the customize dialog box. there are a number of useful items there. And another thing: What comes up first is a list of "popular commands" May I ask with whom they are popular. They are ones I still use from hard-coded Office 2003 application menu commands. PLEASE!!!! A little credit to your users, Microsoft.
How so? Most challenges can be tricky -- support personnel face it all the time. It certainly wasn't my intention to cheat anyone though.
I've used Word 2007 for over 3 years, but I'm not familiar with the term Quick Access Toolbar. What is it and how do I access it? [By the way, I hate the ribbon]
The Quick Access Toolbar is the small set of icons (toolbar) in the top-left corner of the screen, just above the ribbon. You can add options/commands to it for quick access. You can also run macros from it. It's a great tool!
- Keyboard Shortcuts: