Toolbar

A thin piece of metal rod with a flange at one end and a slot at the other. Miner`s tools had a hole drilled through the handles to accommodate this rod enabling them to be locked up at the end of each shift.
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Toolbar

A toolbar is a graphical control element on which on-screen buttons, icons, menus, or other input or output elements are placed. An earlier term used was `ribbon`. Toolbars are seen in many types of applications such as office suites, graphics editors and web browsers. Toolbars are usually distinguished from palettes by their integration into th.....
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Toolbar

Icons grouped together within a program, usually in a strip across the top of the window. Each toolbar icon provides a shortcut to one of the programs commands or features such as help or a website link.
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toolbar

In computing, area usually at the top or side of a screen with push-buttons and other features to perform frequently used tasks. For example, the toolbar of a paint program might offer quick access to different brushes, spray cans, erasers, and other useful tools. `Floating` and `smart` toolbars have become more common, wher...
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Toolbar

Many major search companies aim to gain marketshare by distributing search toolbars. Some of these t
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Toolbar

On a computer screen, a set of icons or symbols, usually under the menu bar, which allow you to perform different tasks on your computer, such as print documents, change font size, use a paintbrush , etc
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