Toolbars contain groups of icon buttons used to perform the most common tasks. Each toolbar can be docked to any of the toolbar locations. Toolbars can also be undocked or free-floating anyway in the application window.
Toolbars can be turned on or off from the View menu. Check marks indicate the status of each toolbar, checked for on and unchecked for off. Clicking an item in the Toolbars sub-menu toggles the state between "on" and "off".
Toolbars can be moved and "docked" to any of several possible locations inside the HyperForm environment.
Each toolbar has a toolbar handle; this is used to drag a toolbar on (docked) or off (undocked) a toolbar area. The available toolbar areas in the HyperForm frameworks are shown in the User Interface section. Within each of these areas a toolbar can be docked or undocked.
|1.||Move the curser over the toolbar handle:|
the mouse pointer changes to a to indicate that you are over the toolbar handle.
|2.||Left click and drag the toolbar, either within or completely off of a toolbar area.|
|3.||Release the mouse button once the mouse pointer is in the desired new toolbar location.|
In order for a toolbar to be docked, it must be "dropped" over a valid toolbar area. To dock a toolbar on a toolbar area that is currently collapsed (i.e. there are no toolbars currently shown in that area) simply release the mouse button where the toolbar area would be if it were expanded.
You can use keyboard hot keys to access the same viewing options. See Keyboard for more information.