Security Controls

Customizing the Button Tray

The button tray contains buttons representing each of the major functions within the program. There are several actions you can perform on the button tray.

: If you find that the buttons in the button tray take up too much space, position your mouse pointer over the horizontal splitter bar at the top of the button tray, and when the pointer turns into a double-headed arrow, drag the splitter bar down. Dragging the horizontal splitter bar to the bottom of the navigation bar converts the buttons to small icons at the bottom of the navigation bar.

: The Toolbar Options icon enables you to manage the buttons shown within the button tray. When you click the icon the following options are presented:

Show More Buttons: Converts the left-most icon to a button and adds it to the bottom of the button tray. If all available buttons are contained in the button tray, this menu option is disabled.

Show Fewer Buttons: Removes the bottom button in the button tray, converting it to an icon that is displayed at the bottom of the navigation bar. If there are no buttons contained in the button tray, this menu option is disabled.

Navigation Pane Options: Enables you to specify which buttons to display in the button tray. When you remove a button, that function is no longer available until you add the button back. You can also reorder the list by selecting an item and then clicking either Move Up or Move Down.


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