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To Customize a Toolbar Flyout

To Customize a Toolbar Flyout

Display the Customize User Interface (CUI) Editor

  • Click Manage tab Customization panel User Interface. Find

Create a Flyout Toolbar from Scratch

  1. In the Customize tab, Customizations In <file name pane, click the plus sign (+) next to the Toolbars node to expand it.
  2. Right-click the toolbar to which you want to add a flyout toolbar. Click New Flyout.

    A new toolbar (named Toolbar1) is created and a new flyout that references the toolbar
    is placed at the bottom of the toolbar you selected.

  3. Right-click the toolbar named Toolbar1, not the flyout. Click Rename and enter a new
    name.

    NOTE:Renaming the toolbar will not change the name of the flyout. You must select and rename
    the flyout independently if you want them to both have the same name.

  4. In the Command List pane, drag the command you want to add to the toolbar flyout in
    the Customizations In <file name pane.

  5. Click Apply.

Create a Flyout from Another Toolbar

  1. In the Customize tab, Customizations In <file name pane, click the plus sign (+) next to the Toolbars node to expand it.
  2. Click the plus sign (+) next to the toolbar to which you want to add a flyout toolbar.
  3. Locate the toolbar you want to use as a flyout. Drag the toolbar that you want to
    create a flyout from and drop it onto the toolbar where you want to place the flyout.

  4. Click Apply.

Create a Flyout from a Pull-down Menu

  1. In the Customize tab, Customizations In <file name pane, click the plus sign (+) next to the Toolbars node to expand it.
  2. Click the plus sign (+) next to the toolbar to which you want to add a flyout toolbar.
  3. Click the plus sign (+) next to the Menus node to expand it.
  4. Drag the pull-down menu that you want to create a flyout from and drop it onto the
    toolbar where you want to place the flyout.

    A new flyout on the toolbar is created and new toolbar is also created based on the
    pull-down menu that was used.

  5. Click Apply.

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