If you want more drawing area or just don’t use the toolbar, select View > Hide Toolbar, and it disappears. Alternately, context-click the toolbar and select Hide Toolbar. If the toolbar is hidden and you want to see it again, select View > Show Toolbar.
Why has my toolbar disappeared?
If you’re in full screen mode, your toolbar will be hidden by default. This is the most common reason for it to disappear. To leave full screen mode: On a PC, press F11 on your keyboard.
How do I setup my toolbar?
- Open Internet Explorer.
- To see the menu, press Alt.
- Click Tools. Manage Add-ons.
- Select Google Toolbar, Google Toolbar Helper.
- Click Enable.
- Click Close.
How do I change my toolbar settings?
If you want to change multiple aspects of the taskbar at one time, use Taskbar settings. Press and hold or right-click any empty space on the taskbar, and then select Taskbar settings . In the Taskbar settings, scroll to see the options for customizing, sizing, choosing icons, battery information and much more.
To move the taskbar from its default position along the bottom edge of the screen to any of the other three edges of the screen:
- Click a blank portion of the taskbar.
- Hold down the primary mouse button, and then drag the mouse pointer to the place on the screen where you want the taskbar.
How do I get the toolbar back on my email?
From the Menu Bar select View-Toolbars and turn the missing toolbars back on. You have to be in the window where the toolbars normally reside. Send is on the Composition Toolbar in the Write window. Since the beginning of Windows pressing the alt key makes the Menu Bar appear if it is hidden.
Microsoft Office Press Alt + V on your keyboard to open the View menu. From the View drop-down menu, select Toolbars. Choose the Toolbars you want to enable and click OK.
How do I unhide my toolbar?
Press the “F11” key if all toolbars are hidden. This will remove the program from full-screen mode and will display all toolbars. Press the “F10” key if the command bar is hidden. This will restore access to the “View” command, which gives you the ability to unhide any third-party toolbars.
Where did my Word toolbar go?
To restore the toolbars and menus, simply turn full-screen mode off. From within Word, press Alt-v (this will display the View menu), and then click Full-Screen Mode. You may need to restart Word for this change to take effect.