RibbonSearch

RibbonSearch

RibbonSearch

Developer’s Description

By ITSTH
With RibbonSearch, search the Microsoft Office Ribbon with this great tool. RibbonSearch allows you to search the Ribbon, the dialogs and options. Including the help textsRibbonSearch is a small and reliable toolbar utility designed to help users easily locate any buttons in the Microsoft Office ribbon. Use RibbonSearch to find all the functions that you normally use again. RibbonSearch brings you a lightning-fast search function directly in the Office Ribbon to search the ribbon functions and the configuration dialogs. Note
 

 

 

Conclusion

To conclude RibbonSearch works on Windows 9X/ME/2K/XP/2003 operating system(s) and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to Freeware license. RibbonSearch download file is only 2.5 MB  in size.
RibbonSearch was filed under the General Office Add-Ons category and was reviewed in softlookup.com and receive 5/5 Score.
RibbonSearch has been tested by our team against viruses, spyware, adware, trojan, backdoors and was found to be 100% clean. We will recheck RibbonSearch when updated to assure that it remains clean.

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Where is …? In Microsoft Office 2007 / 2010 a lot has changed. Use RibbonSearch to find all the functions that you normally use again. RibbonSearch brings you a lightning-fast search function directly in the Office Ribbon to search the ribbon functions and the configuration dialogs.
  • RibbonSearch is a small and reliable toolbar utility designed to help users easily locate any buttons in the Microsoft Office ribbon.

    Use RibbonSearch to find all the functions that you normally use again. RibbonSearch brings you a lightning-fast search function directly in the Office Ribbon to search the ribbon functions and the configuration dialogs.

Ribbon search is an easier way to find tools or dialogs across multiple tabs and workflows of the ribbon. In the Search Ribbon (F4) field on the top-right corner of the ribbon, enter the partial or full name of the tool or dialog and you will get a list of results with the given name in a window below the Search field. The search results are categorized by Ribbon, Backstage, and Quick Access Toolbar.

Clicking on the access point listed in the search result navigates the ribbon to the particular tab.

Clicking the desired search result activates the tool. If a tool is activated from the search result, AECOsim Building Designer stores this use and next time the tool is listed in the Most Recently Used category in the search result.Are you in need of uninstalling RibbonSearch 1.01 to fix some problems? Are you looking for an effective solution to completely uninstall it and thoroughly delete all of its files out of your PC? No worry! This page provides detailed instructions on how to completely uninstall RibbonSearch 1.01.This page contains complete information on how to remove RibbonSearch 1.xx for Windows. It is made by ITSTH. Open here where you can get more info on ITSTH. More details about the program RibbonSearch 1.xx can be seen at http://www.itsth.com/. RibbonSearch 1.xx is usually installed in the C:\Program Files (x86)\RibbonSearch directory, depending on the user’s option. The full command line for uninstalling RibbonSearch 1.xx is “C:\Program Files (x86)\RibbonSearch\unins000.exe”. Keep in mind that if you will type this command in Start / Run Note you might receive a notification for administrator rights. RibbonSearch.exe is the programs’s main file and it takes about 2.00 MB (2096856 bytes) on disk.

Description

Our software library offers you a free download of RibbonSearch 1.04. The tool belongs to the Office Tools application group. The most common installer filename for this program is RibbonSearch.exe. Originally, this tool was designed by ITSTH. The version of the most used application is 1.0.

From the developer:

It allows you to search the Ribbon, the dialogs and options. Including the help texts. Always there, right above the ribbon. RibbonSearch has the following system requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, 2003, XP, 2000, NT and Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010.

Microsoft Office has so many formatting and editing features, it is difficult to remember where everything is located.  In addition, many long-time users of Microsoft Office have found the Ribbon confusing.

The Microsoft Office Labs has a solution in the form of a simple add-in called Search Commands.  Search Commands has been available for a while now, but it seems to be a little-known add-in.  Search Commands will help you quickly find the commands you need in Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

To launch Search Commands, click on the Search Commands tab in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. If you prefer keyboard shortcuts, click the Windows Key + Y combination.

As illustrated in the images below from Office 2010 and Office 2007, the search mechanism is very intuitive.  Merely typing “insert” in the search box yielded the most commonly searched information:

Ribbon Seek for Office Visio 2010 – Find Commands in Visio 2010 The Visio 2010 ribbon: You either love it or hate it. There’s apparently no middle ground. But even if you like the way the ribbon exposes Visio features that were previously very hard to find, the fact remains that it’s sometimes frustratingly difficult to track down something that you used to know exactly how to find in Visio 2007, 2003. Well, fret no more. You can now have the best of both worlds.

Ribbon Search is a free MS Office Add-in program, that helps you to quick search different MS Office features and functions. It is a good tool for the beginners, that helps them to get familiar with MS Office. This freeware works with MS Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook. Using it you can find out any function, option, or feature of these aforementioned Office tools.

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