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3.3. Window Toolbars

On the day it's born, every Windows XP desktop window has a standard toolbar across the top (see Figure 3-9). A toolbar is simply a strip of one-click buttons like Back, Forward, Search, and so on.

Figure 3-9. Top: The three basic toolbars that you can summon independently for any desktop window—and also in Internet Explorer. Bottom: By dragging the vertical left-side handle of a toolbar, you can make the displays more compact by placing two or more bars on the same row. You can even drag one directly up into the menu bar, as shown here, to save additional vertical space.



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