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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
toolbartool‧bar /ˈtuːlbɑː $ -bɑːr/ noun [countable]  a row of small pictures at the top of a computer screen that allow you to do particular things in a document
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toolbarThe package has some neat additional features too, not least of which is the customizable toolbar.Windows Radio Toolbar, which puts a host of Net radio stations on your toolbar for quick reference.All you do is highlight the address, click on the Envelope button on the toolbar, and follow the instructions.This command centre works better than using toolbar buttons to open files, especially with novice users.Installing 1E5.x's Web Accessories pack will lob an image toggle switch on your toolbar.
From Longman Business Dictionarytoolbartool‧bar /ˈtuːlbɑː-bɑːr/ noun [countable] computing a row of small symbols at the top of a computer screen that you can use to do particular things in a documentJust click on the ‘print’ icon in the toolbar.
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