OpenOffice Tutorial: Hide toolbar buttons using the customize dialog window
- You can hide toolbar buttons using the customize dialog window.
- In this example we are going to hide the "Save As" button located here.
- To do this, first click here on the "View" option.
- Then, on the menu that opens, move your mouse over the option "Toolbars." This should cause a side menu to appear.
- On the side menu, look for the "Customize..." option and click on it once.
- Once, the Customize dialog window opens, click on this down arrow and choose the toolbar where the button you want to hide is.
- Since, the "Save As" button is in the Standard toolbar, we are clicking on its name here.
- Once, selected you should see the buttons for the toolbar here. To hide the buttons just uncheck the box beside it by clicking on it once.
- Good! We have hidden the "Save As" button for now.
- Afterwards, just click on "OK."
- Great! As you can see the "Save As" button has been hidden. Congratulations! You have learned how to hide buttons using the customize dialog window.
by Kaj Kandler
Hide toolbar buttons using the customize dialog window
This screencast demonstrates how to hide toolbar buttons using the customize dialog window. You learn:
- How to access the customize dialog window.
- How to select and hide a button in the toolbar.
This tutorial procedure can be applied to the following OpenOffice.org modules.
For advanced functionality with similar results see:
- Hide a toolbar button
- View hidden toolbar buttons
- View hidden toolbar buttons using the customize dialog window
- Reset toolbar buttons to default values
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