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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.

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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.

Related Sections

Customize Toolbar Dialog Box (Visual FoxPro)

Explains how to customize toolbars that come with Visual FoxPro.
Designing Menus and Toolbars

Provides links to topics that explain how to design custom menus and toolbars for your Visual FoxPro application.

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