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3 Click the button or buttons you want to add. The button is instantly added to the toolbar you re working with.
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Tip Reset toolbars If you make changes to a toolbar and then decide to change what you ve done, you can restore the toolbar s previous setup. To revert to the original toolbar, choose Tools, Custom ize to display the Customize dialog box. Click the Toolbars tab. Click the name of the toolbar you want to reset, and then click Reset. The Reset Toolbar dialog box appears, asking you to indicate the name of the template that stores the toolbar you want to restore. Click the arrow and choose the template, and then click OK to restore the original toolbar settings.
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If you have special applications or a set of tools that you use frequently, you can create your own custom toolbar to make those tools available the way you want them. You can create a custom toolbar using the Customize dialog box by following these steps:
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Choose Tools, Customize. The Customize dialog box appears. Click the Toolbars tab, and then click New. The New Toolbar dialog box appears. Type a name for the new toolbar in the Toolbar Name box. Click the Make Toolbar Available To arrow, and then choose the name of the template in which you want to make the toolbar available. Click OK, then Close. A new toolbar is placed in your work area.
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Adding Buttons to a New Toolbar
Next, you need to add tools to the toolbar you ve just created. Follow these steps:
1 In the Customize dialog box, click the Commands tab, as shown in Figure 5-4.
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Figure 5-4. Create your own toolbar by copying and combining existing buttons.
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2 In the Categories list, click the name of the menu that contains the command you
want to add to your new toolbar.
3 In the Commands list, scroll to the command button you want to use. Drag the button
to your new toolbar. A copy of the button is placed on the new toolbar.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3, selecting first the menu and then the command, until you ve
added all desired buttons to your toolbar.
5 Click Close to close the Customize dialog box and begin working with your toolbar.
Tip Copy buttons between toolbars The process of creating a new toolbar requires that you copy buttons from one toolbar to another. How do you do this Just drag and drop. Whether you re creating a new toolbar or simply copying buttons from one toolbar to another, dragging works the same way: select the button in the Commands list in the Commands tab in the Customize dialog box (choose Tools, Customize to open), and then drag the button to the new location on the toolbar you re modifying.
Changing the Look of Toolbar Buttons
When you re working with the buttons on your toolbars, you might want to change the look of a button you re adding or copying. To change a toolbar button, follow these steps:
1 Choose Tools, Customize to display the Customize dialog box. 2 Click the button on the toolbar you want to modify, and then click Modify Selection
in the Commands tab in the Customize dialog box.
3 Choose Change Button Image. A palette appears, giving you a number of images you
can use in place of the current image on the selected button (as shown in Figure 5-5).
Figure 5-5. You can modify the toolbar button to display a different image.
4 Click the image you want to use. The button image is updated on the toolbar. Click Close.
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Editing Button Images
If you really enjoy customizing your buttons, you might want to edit button images to create your own look. To edit a button image, follow these steps:
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Display the Customize dialog box by clicking Tools, Customize. Click the button on the toolbar you want to change. Click Modify Selection in the Commands tab in the dialog box. Choose Edit Button Image from the menu. The Button Editor dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 5-6.
Figure 5-6. The Button Editor dialog box enables you to edit button images.
To edit the button image, click the color you want to use and click individual pixels to change the color of the image or to turn the color on or off. Use the directional buttons in the lower-left corner of the dialog box to move the image on the surface of the button. When you ve made all the modifications you want, click OK to close the dialog box and record the changes.
Adding Divider Lines to Toolbars
Divider lines on toolbars help you visually group buttons with similar functions. If you ve added a number of buttons to your custom toolbar, you might need to add divider lines to help you locate the tools you need more easily. To add a divider line, follow these steps:
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