If your application includes repetitive tasks that users perform frequently, you can add custom toolbars to simplify or speed up the tasks. For example, if users typically print a report by choosing a menu command, you can simplify the task by providing a toolbar with a print button.
In This Section
- How to: Define a Toolbar Class
- Explains how to create a custom toolbar class.
- How to: Add Objects to a Custom Toolbar Class
- Describes the steps involved in editing a custom toolbar class.
- How to: Add Custom Toolbars to Form Sets
- Provides information on how to add a custom toolbar class to your form as another form in a form set.
- How to: Coordinate Toolbars and Forms Using Code
- Provides information on how to programmatically add a toolbar to a form.
- How to: Define Toolbar Actions
- Explains how to define actions associated with the toolbar and its objects.
- How to: Dock Toolbars
- Describes how to dock and undock system or user-defined toolbars.
- How to: Create the Coordinated Menu
- Explains how to coordinate a menu with a toolbar.
- How to: Add a Coordinated Toolbar and Menu to a Form Set
- Explains how to add a coordinated menu and toolbar to a form.