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Toolbars

You can drag and drop toolbars to convenient locations in the application window.

Toolbars can be floating or docked. You can dock toolbars below the menu bar, above the status bar, or at the left and right margins of the application desktop.

You can also lock the location of floating or docked toolbars. By default, toolbars are unlocked.

To display toolbars:

  1. Right-click the menu bar or a docked toolbar to display the shortcut menu.

    Right-click by holding down the control key on the keyboard and click the mouse to display shortcut menus (also called contextual menus).

  2. Select the name of the toolbar to display.

    - or -

    Select Toolbars... and activate the toolbars to display in the Specify Toolbars dialog box.

To hide toolbars:

  1. Right-click the menu bar or a docked toolbar to display the shortcut menu.
  2. Clear the name of the toolbar to hide.

    - or -

    Select Toolbars... and clear the toolbars to hide in the Specify Toolbars dialog box.

To make toolbars floating:

  • Drag the toolbar handle to a new position.

To dock floating toolbars:

  • Drag the toolbar handle to a margin of the graphics area.

To lock or unlock floating or docking toolbars:

  • Right-click the menu bar or a docked toolbar and click Lock Location > Floating Toolbars or Docking Toolbars.


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