Quick Tip: Enabling & Moving Toolbars

April 2016    Tags: , , , , ,

Did you know that you can change your Tabs3 and PracticeMaster workspace by specifying whether toolbars are shown or not, and where they are positioned if they are shown? These options can increase the available workspace horizontally, vertically, or both.

Showing or hiding toolbars
From the View menu, a MenuCheck indicates that the Status Bar, Application Toolbar, and in PracticeMaster, the PracticeMaster Task Bar is shown. To change which toolbars are shown or hidden, simply click the menu option to change the status of the toolbar.

Changing the toolbar positionTopGrab
The Menu toolbar, Application Toolbar, and in   PracticeMaster, the PracticeMaster Task Bar, can all be moved to SideGrabthe top, bottom, right, or left of the Tabs3 or PracticeMaster program window. Simply click the toolbar gripper, and drag it to the desired location.

Alternatively, you can drag a toolbar away from  any Floatingside of the program to make it a floating toolbar. When the toolbar is floating, you can optionally move it outside of the Tabs3 or PracticeMaster program window. This allows for maximum workspace, while still having access to all of the available tools.

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One Response to “Quick Tip: Enabling & Moving Toolbars”

  1. W. Nox says:

    This is a lifesaver since I have such a small screen. I'm really glad that it's easy to change the toolbars to use the limited space I have.

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