Log in Register FAQ Memberlist Search Welcome to RCF Forum Index
alt : test.swf
Welcome to RCF
4fx3.gif 
Contact the Webmasters of RCFContact   Invite a friend to Join usRecommend   Chat in IRCChat   EZ Template Change OptionEZStyle   Listen to Internet Radio while you browse...iRadio   See your private message.Login for PMs   Important LinksLinks
Member Website LinksWeb Links   Play/View our GamesGames   Register.Register
calendar_open_closeCalendar 
Nightrider's instructions on How to Create a New Toolbar
Post new topic   Reply to topic View previous topic :: View next topic
Welcome to RCF Forum Index -> How To Add To Bookmarks
Nightrider's instructions on How to Create a New Toolbar
PostPosted: 04/20/2006 12:14 AM Reply with quote
Site Admin
rb2d2
Site Admin
Posts 47788
Word Cnt. 2,732,532
BDay Apr 22
Sign Taurus
Sex Sex:Female
Joined: Sep 25, 2004
Local time: 12:46 AM
Location: Texas
texasC.gif
This doesn't have to be done through email.  Others may benefit from the discussion...

To create a new Toolbar, do this:

  1. Right-click on the toolbar and select New Toolbar from the Toolbars option.  The pop-up menu could look like either of these:



  2. You will see a New Toolbar window that looks something like the following...



    You should create a Toolbars folder in an easy to access location on your HDD.  Then create sub-folders to match what you plan to store in your new Toolbar.  Notice how I've organized my toolbars by Internet, SysApps, Telephones, and MyApps.  Give your toolbars meaningful names...



    For demonstration purposes, I am creating a new Local toolbar...



    Select the new Toolbar folder, then Press the OK button...

  3. This will create a new local toolbar on your Toolbar:



    You can now drag and drop icons from your desktop into the new Local Toolbar...



  4. Now, you probably will want to turn the Text and Title off of everything in the Local toolbar.  Right-click on the Local Toolbar and uncheck Show Text:



  5. Next, right-click on the Local Toolbar and uncheck Show Title:



    The new Local Toolbar should look something like this:



  6. Now, you probably will want to arrange the Toolbar for easier access.  I prefer increase the height of the Toolbar.  Then I can move my new Toolbars to the top row and allow the open window buttons to be displayed on the bottom row...



headbang
Back to Top
View all pictures posted by this userView user's profile Find all posts by rb2d2 Send private message   Visit poster's website Phoogle Map
 Post new topic  Reply to topic
Information
Welcome to RCF Forum Index -> How To

You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum
You cannot attach files in this forum
You can download files in this forum
All times are GMT - 5 Hours

Page 1 of 1


Add To Bookmarks

 
  
  

Get IX Get IX
  Prices Based on 24 Month Billing Cycle  

  Google

Powered by phpBB © 2001, 2005 phpBB Group
  ImageShack  
  Putfile  
  TinyURL  
  CommonDreams  
  Log in  

Page generation time: 0.7621s (PHP: 28% - SQL: 72%) - SQL queries: 34 - GZIP enabled - Debug on