As part of the overhaul for v1.78, I’ve been converting some of the icons into text-based menu items on the Ribbon.
This will give me a bit more room to add extra features – i.e. for the space of two functions with their icons, I can now fit in 6 new text-based functions.
The current (but not final) menu Ribbon looks like this:
The main functions you’re used to seeing will remain under ‘Quick Fixes’ but the others will be moved to the two (current) text-based menus.
The Back To Basics GUI has also changed due to some investigation on how Word VBA handles ‘Shapes’. Whether you’ve drawn a pretty shape or you’ve inserted an object, Word VBA sees them both as the same thing.
The current GUI now looks like:
I’ve added the detection of whether you’re planning to run Back To Basics options on the whole document (appears in a red background) or just a selection of your document (background is green). I’ve split the ‘Remove All Formatting’ function so that it appears underneath.
But as with all things that I do with this toolbox, there’s no guarantee what you see in the image above, is what you’ll get in the final release 🙂