Toolbar shapes

Toolbar shape shortcut menu commands

Right-click a Toolbar shape to see the following commands:

  • Lock Toolbar either locks the toolbar's position (so that it can't be moved in the application window) or unlocks it. If it's unlocked, a column of small dots at the shape's left edge indicates that it can be moved.

  • Show Toobar Separator adds a border line on the shape's left edge to distinguish between multiple Toolbar shapes that are positioned side by side.

  • Size options allow you to choose a standard size or set a custom one.

XP toolbar button shortcut menu commands

Right-click an XP toolbar button shape to see the following commands:

  • Set Button Type opens the Shape Data dialog box, where you can choose from buttons such as New, Save, or Print.

  • Show Button adds a standard background behind the button.

  • Size options allow you to choose from two standard sizes.

Toolbar buttons shortcut menu commands

Right-click a Toolbar button shape to see the following commands

  • Set Button Type opens the Shape Data dialog box where you can choose from buttons such as New, Save, or Print.

  • Show Button adds a standard background behind the button.

Toolbar separator and Button separator shapes

  • Use these to divide toolbar buttons or separate buttons into logical groups.

Blank button

  • Add a graphic to a Blank button shape to create a custom button.

Toolbar dropdown

  • Glue a Toolbar dropdown shape to the right side of a toolbar button to indicate that there are additional options to choose from.

Overflow chevron

  • Glue an Overflow Chevron shape to the right side of a toolbar to indicate that there are additional buttons that couldn't fit onto the toolbar.

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