Working with Toolbars

A toolbar is a set of buttons.

A name for a toolbar usually represents the actions it is intended to execute. For example, the Spreadsheet document toolbar contains buttons intended to perform various actions on spreadsheets.

The contents of a toolbar can vary according to the type of actions performed.

Toolbars can be docked to any side of the work area or located above the work area. Toolbars can be moved using the mouse.

It is possible to choose an assortment of toolbar buttons, as well as create and edit user toolbars in the user interface customization dialog box.

In the managed application mode toolbars are used to execute auxiliary functions. You can select modes, open forms and perform other actions using commands of the sections panel, navigation panel, and actions panel.

See also:

Working with the Main Menu

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