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Customizing the Toolbar


The toolbar, which is discussed in

Chapter 2 , can be customized to include buttons and icons for a variety of commands and items.

Tips

    When you customize the toolbar, your changes affect the toolbar in all windows in which the toolbar is displayed.

    To display the toolbar, click the Toolbar control button in the upper-right corner of a Finder window, choose View > Show Toolbar, or press

To customize the toolbar



1.

With any Finder window open and the toolbar displayed, choose View > Customize Toolbar (Figure 19 ). The Customize Toolbar dialog sheet appears (Figure 20 ).

Figure 19. The View menu.

Figure 20. The Customize Toolbar window.

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2.

Make changes to the toolbar contents as follows:

    To add an item to the toolbar, drag it from the dialog sheet to the position you want it to occupy in the toolbar (Figure 21 ). When you release the mouse button, the item appears on the toolbar (Figure 22 ).

    Figure 21. To add an item, drag it from the center part of the dialog sheet to the toolbar.

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    Figure 22. When you release the mouse button, the item is added.

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    To remove an item from the toolbar, drag it off the toolbar (Figure 23 ). When you release the mouse button, the item disappears in a puff of digital smoke (Figure 24 ).

    Figure 23. To remove an item, drag it off the toolbar.

    Figure 24. When you release the mouse button, the item is removed.

    To rearrange the order of items on the toolbar, drag them into the desired position (Figure 25 ). When you release the mouse button, the items are rearranged (Figure 26 ).

    Figure 25. To rearrange toolbar items, drag them around the toolbar.

    Figure 26. When you release the mouse button, the items are rearranged.

3.

To specify how items should appear on the toolbar, choose an option from the Show pop-up menu at the bottom of the window (Figure 27 ):

    Icon & Text displays both the icon and the icon's name (Figure 28 ).

    Figure 28 & 29. You can also display the toolbar as icons and text (above) or as text only (below).

    Icon Only displays only the icon (Figure 26 ).

    Text Only displays only the name of the icon
    (Figure 29 ).


Figure 27. Show pop-up menu options.

4.

To display smaller size toolbar buttons, turn on the Use Small Size check box.

5.

When you are finished making changes, click Done.


Tip

    You don't have to use the Customize Toolbar dialog to rearrange or remove toolbar items. Just hold down and drag the item you want to move to a new position or drag the item you want to remove off the toolbar.

To restore the toolbar to its default settings



1.

With any Finder window displaying the toolbar open, choose View > Customize Toolbar (Figure 19 ). The Customize Toolbar dialog sheet appears.

2.

Drag the group of items in a box near the bottom of the window to the toolbar (Figure 30 ). When you release the mouse button, the toolbar's default items appear (Figure 20 ).

Figure 30. Drag the default set of icons to the toolbar.

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3.

Click Done.



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