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tool·bar

 (to͞ol′bär′)
n.
A row of icons on a computer screen that activate commands or functions when clicked.
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toolbar

(ˈtuːlˌbɑː)
n
(Computer Science) a horizontal row or vertical column of selectable buttons displayed on a computer screen, allowing the user to select a variety of functions
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Translations
panel nástrojů
työkalupalkki
ツールバー

toolbar

[ˈtuːlbɑːʳ] Nbarra f de herramientas
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toolbar

[ˈtuːlbɑːr] nbarre f d'outilstool box nboîte f à outilstool kit ntrousse f à outils
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Soft4Boost Toolbar Cleaner is the user-friendly free tool to specifically address toolbar cleanup according to each browser and allow users to keep only the toolbars they really need.
It will cause all of the toolbars below the tabs to automatically hide when they aren't in use.
Mini toolbars and detailed icons for toolbars now ensure intuitive handling to the benefit of both professional and occasional users.
Users can also add menus and toolbars to the Quick Access Toolbar function and operate Office without the Ribbon.
To add toolbars that might be missing, go to View--Toolbars and select the ones you need.
Click on "View" then select "Toolbars" then "Customize." This will open a small window of available toolbars already included with Word.
According to the company, ad-hijacking trojans are a new version of the ad-hijacking methods used by browser toolbar providers to generate revenue a few years ago and the new trojan is a result of less people installing browser toolbars, which made cybercriminals turn to drive-by infections that do not require users' intervention to install these trojans.
The Toolbar Builder has been launched by LYCOS Europe, a company operating a network of websites, enabling eShop operators and individual users to produce personalised toolbars which can be downloaded by customers and friends.
The interface constructor enables users to add or remove tools to meet user needs, increase or decrease tool button sizes, add or remove any menu options, create new toolbars with new functions and save and load their own customized settings for future use.
If it doesn't appear, click on View, Toolbars and External Data (exhibit 12, page 56).
Because chart editing will require the use of specialized buttons on the standard and drawing toolbars the reader should take a moment to locate these toolbars on the screen (see Figures 1 and 2).