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Creating a Custom Toolbar
When you click Tools>Customize, the Customize dialog appears. Contained in this dialog are options that allow you to create and name a toolbar, as well as a Commands pane from which you can drag any of the available program icons to a custom toolbar using the method described below.
Note that to add display controls to the default Parts Settings toolbar in one operation, see Adding Display-Control Buttons to Part Settings Toolbar.
Drag and Drop Toolbar Creation:
Follow the steps in the example below to create a custom toolbar using the drag and drop method. In this method, program icons can be dragged from the Commands page of the Customize dialog or from the History Bar onto your custom toolbar.
The Tools>Customize>Toolbars dialog, where a new toolbar called "Example" has been created
The Tools>Customize>Commands dialog, where Position Snap has been selected. (Note the Position Snap commands under "Buttons".)
An example of a toolbar, whose buttons were dragged and dropped from the Tools>Customize>Commands>Position Snap category, selected from the scroll list.
When dragging and dropping a program icon (button) to a toolbar, it will be important to remember the following: