Feb 11, 2013

How-To Geek: How to Change the Capitalization of Office 2013’s Ribbon Bar

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How to Change the Capitalization of Office 2013's Ribbon Bar
Feb 11th 2013, 23:00


Office 2013 is now upon us and, much like Windows 8, there are plenty of people who are unhappy about the way things look. One aspect of the interface that has caused confusion, annoyance and derision is the decision to completely capitalize the tab labels in the ribbon.  If this is something that offends your eyes, it can be addressed in a few easy steps.

Microsoft's decision to use all caps for these labels is a little odd. It is unlike any other software, including Windows 8 – even though the same style of ribbon is used throughout the operating system.


Something that many people are unaware of is that Office's ribbon labels can be renamed and this fact can be exploited to change the capitalization to something more in keeping with other applications.

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