Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Hiding and Displaying Toolbars
If you do not want all three — or any — toolbars displayed, right-click any toolbar or in the toolbar
area to display the menu shown in Figure 19.3. Click the toolbar names to check (display) or
uncheck (hide) them.
Positioning the Toolbars
The toolbars are normally displayed near the top of the screen just under the main menu. You can
move a toolbar to another screen location by pointing at the vertical row of dots at the left end of
the toolbar. You’ll see the mouse cursor change to a four-headed arrow. You can position a toolbar
in one of two ways:
n Docked: If you drag the toolbar to any of the four edges of the Outlook window, it will
dock in position along that edge.
n Floating: If you drag the toolbar to any other screen location, it will “float” at that
position. You move a floating toolbar by dragging its title bar.
Figure 19.4 shows Outlook with the Web toolbar floating and the Advanced toolbar docked at the
top of the Outlook window.
You can display or hide Outlook’s toolbars as desired.
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