ToolbarToggle Gives Users the Freedom to Choose When and How to Use the Ribbon

Coral Gables, FL (PressExposure) July 02, 2009 -- TTBar Inc announced today the availability of ToolbarToggle, a utility for Microsoft Office 2007 that gives people the choice of using the Office 2003 toolbar and menu system in tandem with or instead of the Office 2007 Ribbon. ToolbarToggle enables Office 2007 users to insert the Office 2003 toolbar and menu system into the Ribbon environment and toggle between the two navigation systems.

ToolbarToggle was specifically designed for those who want to transition to the Ribbon at their own speed as well as for power-users who want to compensate for some of the Ribbon's weaknesses. Offering the functionality of Office 2007 with the familiarity of the Office 2003 toolbar, ToolbarToggle is an exact replica of the toolbar and menu system of Office 2003.

“Don't get us wrong, we think that the Ribbon deserves high praise - it looks great and has simplified really complex procedures. But as with most new technologies, it is not without some trade-offs,” said Charles Steinhardt, CTO and Director of IT Solutions for Venture Architects. “Functions that were once a single click away now take multiple clicks and one must learn a new navigational system and lumber across groups and tabs. We created ToolbarToggle to give Office 2007 users the freedom to choose when and how they use the Ribbon.”

ToolbarToggle is 100% compatible with Office 2007 and enables users to: • Use both the toolbar and the Ribbon side-by-side and toggle between the two; • Use the old toolbar and hide the Ribbon, or use the Ribbon and hide the toolbar; • View original dialog and input forms whenever and wherever possible; • Configure multiple custom toolbars, even on a per document basis; • Add custom macros to toolbars and menus; and, • Float/dock toolbars anywhere on the screen.

ToolbarToggle comes with a bonus feature called ToolbarToggle Lite. This feature places the toolbar menu system as a tab on the Ribbon itself. Whether using the full or Lite version, there is now no need to immediately invest the time learning where the new commands are hidden and how they work.

For a free ten day trial or to purchase ToolbarToggle, visit Priced at $19.95 for a standard single-user license, ToolbarToggle also offers volume discounts.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 29, 2009 at 10:44 am
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