If the tools do not appear: Close Word and EndNote. Open your hard drive and go to the folder: EndNote X-: Applications:EndNote X-:Cite While You Write Copy the file EndNote CWYW Word 2011.bundle Go to the folder Applications:Microsoft Office 2011:Office:Startup:Word and paste the copied file Start Word, go to Word > Preferences and click on File Locations Make sure the Startup folder is set by highlighting Startup and clicking on Modify. Navigate to Applications folder then Microsoft Office 2011:Office:Startup:Word and click Choose Click OK and close Word. Start EndNote and then start Word.
Microsoft Office 2011 (Mac). Issue: Occasionally the MathType Toolbar/Tab will disappear from the Microsoft Word Toolbar/Ribbon. Reason This will reveal the version of Word and (if you're using Office 2010 or later) the bit level (32-bit or 64-bit). Example: Microsoft Word 2016 MSO. Add or remove buttons or commands from a toolbar or the menu bar. On the View menu, point to Toolbars, and then click Customize Toolbars and Menus. Click the Toolbars and Menus tab. Select the Show check box for the toolbar that you want to change. Click the Commands tab. Under Categories, click a category.
• • • Now let us see the steps required to assign keyboard shortcut for a macro and add macro to the toolbar in Word 2011 for Mac. How to assign Keyboard shortcut for a Macro Step 1: Launch Word 2011, click Tools menu and select Customize Keyboard option. Step 2: In the Categories, scroll down and select Macros and pick the Macro for which you want to assign the Keyboard shortcut. Step 3: In the Customize Keyboard screen, navigate to Press new Keyboard shortcut. Step 4: Now press key combinations for the shortcut.
Make sure those combinations are currently not used by checking the “ Currently assigned to” option. Step 5: Then click the Assign button to assign the keyboard shortcut for the selected Macro.
How to get refworks on word for mac. Click OK button to close Customize Keyboard screen. Now you should be able to run the Macro using Keyboard shortcut. How to add Macro to toolbar in Word 2011 for Mac. Step 1: Click View menu, select Toolbars then Customize Toolbars and Menus.
Step 2: In the Customize Toolbars and Menus screen, select Macros in the Categories section. Then select the Macro which needs to be added to the toolbar. Step 3: Now drag the selected macro and drop it to your desired location on the toolbar. Step 4: You can change the icon for the Macro by right clicking on toolbar menu. Then select Properties from the menu list.
Step 5: In the Command Properties window, Click the arrow pointing downward for the icon and pick your desired icon from the drop down list. Click OK to confirm and close the Command Properties window.