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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jan 4, 2002

Customize the IDE Toolbar


The VB Integrated Development Environment (IDE) contains many toolbars and menu functions, and the functions you normally use are usually on different toolbars and menus, so most programmers have several different toolbars showing. You can make your life easier by creating your own toolbar and customizing it with all the toolbar and menu functions you use normally. Then you have only one toolbar showing with all the functions you use regularly. Right-click on the toolbar area and choose Customize. Choose New and name it My Toolbar. In the Toolbars box on the left, the name of the new toolbar is checked. Uncheck it and check it again. A small Toolbar pops up with nothing on it (look carefully). Now click on the Command tab. You
David Bailey
 
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