Customizing the File, Debug, and User-Defined Toolbars - WinRunner

You can use the Customize Toolbars option to create user-defined toolbars and to customize the appearance and contents of the File, Debug, and userdefined toolbars.

Adding or Removing Toolbar Buttons that Perform Menu Commands

Using the Commands tab of the Customize Toolbars dialog box, you can add toolbar buttons that perform frequently-used menu commands to the File and Debug toolbars or to any existing user-defined toolbars. You can also remove toolbar buttons from any of these toolbars.

To add a button to the File, Debug, or User-Defined Toolbars:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbars. The Customize Toolbars dialog box opens and displays the Commands tab.
  2. To add a button to the File, Debug, or User-Defined Toolbars

  3. In the Categories list, find and select the menu name that contains the command you want to add to the toolbar.
  4. In the Commands list, select the command you want to add and drag it to the File, Debug, or User-Defined toolbar.
  5. When you place the button over one of these toolbars, the mouse pointer becomes an I-beam cursor, indicating the location where the button will be placed. Drag the I-beam cursor to the location where you want to add the button, and release the mouse button.

To remove a button from the File, Debug, or User-Defined Toolbars:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbars. The Customize Toolbars dialog box opens.
  2. Drag the toolbar button you want to remove from the toolbar to any location outside the toolbars area.

Controlling the Toolbars Display

The Toolbars tab of the Customize Toolbars dialog box enables you to display or hide toolbars; restore the default buttons on toolbars; create, rename, and delete user-defined toolbars; and control the appearance of individual toolbars.

To remove a button from the File, Debug, or User-Defined Toolbars

To display or hide a toolbar:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbars. The Customize Toolbars dialog box opens and displays the Commands tab.
  2. Click the Toolbars tab.
  3. Select or clear the check box next to a WinRunner or user-defined toolbar to display or hide it.

To restore the default buttons on one or all WinRunner toolbars:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbars. The Customize Toolbars dialog box opens and displays the Commands tab.
  2. Click the Toolbars tab.
  3. To restore the default buttons for a specific toolbar, select the toolbar from the toolbars list and click Reset.

To create a user-defined toolbar:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbars. The Customize Toolbars dialog box opens and displays the Commands tab.
  2. Click the Toolbars tab.
  3. Click New. The Toolbar Name dialog box opens.
  4. To create a user-defined toolbar

  5. Enter a unique name for the toolbar and click OK. The name of the new toolbar is added to the Toolbars list. The new, blank toolbar opens as a floating toolbar in the middle of your screen.
  6. To create a user-defined toolbar

  7. Drag the toolbar to the location where you want to keep it. If you drag the toolbar to a location within the top or right-hand toolbar area, it becomes a docked toolbar (the titlebar is replaced with a toolbar handle).
  8. Use the Commands tab of the Customize Toolbars dialog box to add toolbar buttons to your new toolbar.

To rename a user-defined toolbar:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbars. The Customize Toolbars dialog box opens and displays the Commands tab.
  2. Click the Toolbars tab.
  3. Select the user-defined toolbar you want to rename.
  4. Click Rename. The Toolbar Name dialog box opens and displays the current name of the selected toolbar.
  5. Enter a new name and click OK.

To delete a user-defined toolbar:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbars. The Customize Toolbars dialog box opens and displays the Commands tab.
  2. Click the Toolbars tab.
  3. Select the user-defined toolbar you want to rename.
  4. Click Delete.
  5. Click Yes to confirm that you want to delete the selected toolbar. The toolbar is deleted from the toolbars list and from the WinRunner window.

To display text labels on the Debug, File, or Test Toolbars:

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbars. The Customize Toolbars dialog box opens and displays the Commands tab.
  2. Click the Toolbars tab.
  3. Select the Debug, File, or Test toolbar from the Toolbars list.
  4. Select the Show text labels check box.

Setting Toolbar Options

The Options tab of the Customize Toolbars dialog box enables you to set options that apply to all toolbars.

Setting Toolbar Options
The Options tab contains the following options:
Options tab contains


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