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Customize the buttons on the toolbar




To show or hide the options of the toolbar:
  • click the Tools button in the top right
  • select the Toolbar menu
  • click on the toolbar to display or hide:

To change the buttons on the command bar:

  • Right click command bar
  • select Customize
  • click Add or Remove commands

To add or remove a button:

  • click to Add or Remove Buttons list of bar tools


To change the display order of buttons:

  • click a button in the buttons list on the toolbar
  • click Move Up or Move Down

To restore the default buttons on the command bar:

  • Click on Reset
  • Once the changes are made, click Close

To show or hide the text buttons on the command bar:

  • go to the command bar.
  • Right click on the toolbar.
  • Select Customize.
  • To display a label on each button:
  • click Show all text labels.
  • To display a label on some button:
  • click Show Text Labels.
  • To disable all text:
  • Show icons only.
  • To restore the default buttons on the command bar:
  • click Reset

To enlarge the icons on the command bar:

  • go to the command bar
  • Right click on the command bar
  • Select Customize
  • click on Use large icons

To resize the Command bar

  • go to the command bar
  • Right click on the command bar
  • click Lock the Toolbars to disable this option (Enabled by default)
  • drag the separator of the command bar to the left or to the right.
  • Right click on the command bar
  • click Lock the Toolbars

To move the command bar toward the Favorites tab or your own line:

  • go to the command bar
  • Right click on the command bar
  • click Lock the Toolbars to disable this option (Enabled by default)
  • move the command bar by clicking on the separator and dragging it, toward the Favorites bar, row of tabs or on your custom line.
  • Right click on the command bar
  • click Lock the Toolbars

Split the Stop/Refresh buttons located to the right of the address bar turns into two separate buttons:

  • go to the command bar
  • Right click on the command bar
  • Select Customize
  • click Show Stop and Refresh Buttons before the Address bar to have two seperate buttons.
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