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When
you
create
a
new
toolbar,
it
opens
in
the
HTML
Editor
workspace.


Rename

Opens
the
Rename
Toolbar
window,
which
allows
you
to
rename
the
selected

toolbar.

Delete

Deletes
the
selected
toolbar.

Reset
(Main
Toolbar
Only)

Resets
the
main
toolbar
to
its
default
configuration.

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Commands
Tab

The
Commands
tab
allows
you
to
view
and
add
commands
to
your
custom
toolbar

or
to
the
main
toolbar.
To
add
a
command,
drag
it
from
the
Commands
list
to
the

desired
toolbar
and
drop
it
there.

Categories

Broad
categories
to
which
individual
commands
belong.
Categories
cannot
be

added
to
a
toolbar.

Commands

Individual
commands
that
can
be
added
to
a
toolbar.
To
add
a
command,
drag
it

to
the
desired
toolbar
and
drop
it
there.

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Options
Tab

The
Options
tab
allows
you
to
customize
other
aspects
of
your
toolbars.

Menus
Show
Recently
Used
Commands
First

Select
this
checkbox
if
you
want
the
most
recently
used
commands
to
appear
at

the
beginning
of
your
custom
menu
or
toolbar.

Show
Full
Menus
After
a
Short
Delay

Select
this
checkbox
if
you
want
drop‐down
menus
in
your
custom
menu
or

toolbar
to
appear
after
a
short
delay.

Reset
My
Usage
Data

Resets
your
usage
data
so
your
commands
appear
in
the
order
you
specified

instead
of
being
ranked
in
order
of
use.

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Large
Icons

Increases
the
size
of
the
menu
icons.

Show
Tooltips
on
Toolbars

Select
this
checkbox
to
display
tooltips
when
you
mouse
over
toolbar
icons.

Show
Shortcut
Keys
in
Tooltips

Select
this
checkbox
to
display
keyboard
shortcuts
in
the
toolbar
tooltips.

Menu
Animations

Select
the
desired
menu
animation
from
this
drop‐down
list.

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Preferences
Window

The
Preferences
window
allows
you
to
adjust
options
for
working
with
the

program
and
your
code.

•  General tab 
•  Files tab 
•  Browser Testing tab 
•  Applications tab 
•  Folders tab 
•  Customization tab 
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General
Tab

The
General
tab
allows
you
to
set
display
and
functional
preferences
for
the
HTML

Editor.

Application
Startup

Select
whether
you
would
like
a
specific
document
to
open
automatically
in
the

Editor
on
startup.
You
can
also
choose
whether
the
My
Websites
or
My

Computer
tab
will
be
open
in
the
Resource
browser.
Finally,
you
can
specify

whether
the
tip
of
the
day
and
the
Welcome
window
will
appear.

Initial
Document
Mode

Select
whether
you
want
the
Visual
or
Code
editor
to
open
automatically
on

startup.
You
can
also
choose
whether
to
show
or
hide
the
Visual
Editor
and/or

Preview
tab.

Initial
Document
Type

Select
the
initial
document
type
that
will
be
used
on
startup
and
when
you
create
a

new
page
from
this
drop‐down
list.

Proper
Case
Conversion

When
converting
to
proper
case,
any
letters
after
the
characters
entered
in
this

field
will
be
capitalized.


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To
convert
your
document
or
a
selection
of
text
and
code
to
proper
case,
go
to

Edit
>
Convert
to
Proper
Case.

Miscellaneous

Select
the
checkboxes
for
any
of
the
display
preferences
you
would
like
to
apply.

When
Starting
a
New
Website
Project

Select
what
you
would
like
the
program
to
do
when
you
create
a
new
Website

Project.

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Files
Tab

The
Files
tab
allows
you
to
specify
the
file
extensions
you
can
open
and
edit
in
the

HTML
Editor.
Format
your
entries
with
an
asterisk
followed
by
a
period
and
a

valid
extension
(e.g.
*.html,
*.css,
*.php,
etc.)

File
Extensions

Specify
the
valid
file
extensions
you
would
like
to
open
and
edit
in
the
Editor
in

these
fields.
To
reset
them
back
to
the
program
defaults,
click
the
Reset
button.

Unix
Files

Specify
any
file
extensions
you
would
like
to
save
as
Unix
files.

File
Extensions
That
Will
Not
Be
Opened
in
Visual
Editor

Switching
to
the
Visual
Editor
may
cause
unwanted
formatting
in
some
document

types.
Use
this
field
to
specify
any
file
extensions
you
do
not
want
to
open
in
the

Visual
Editor.
This
ensures
that
you
will
not
accidentally
open
them
and
lose
the

formatting
of
your
code.

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Browser
Testing
Tab

The
Browser
Testing
tab
allows
you
to
add
browsers
you
can
use
to
preview
your

work.
It's
good
Web
design
practice
to
test
your
Website
in
several
different

browsers
to
ensure
cross‐browser
compatibility.
The
most
popular
browsers
are

Firefox,
Internet
Explorer,
Opera,
Google
Chrome,
and
Safari.

To
access
any
browsers
you
add,
go
to
Tools
>
Additional
Browsers.

Select
a
Browser


Select
the
slot
under
Tools
>
Additional
Browsers
where
you
would
like
the

browser
to
appear.
Additional
Browser
1
can
be
accessed
using
the
keyboard

shortcut
Ctrl+F5.

Display
Name

Enter
the
desired
display
name
for
the
browser.

Application
Location

Use
the
Browse
icon
to
browse
your
computer
for
the
.exe
file
for
the
browser
you

want
to
add.
To
remove
a
browser,
click
the
Remove
icon.

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Applications
Tab

The
Applications
tab
allows
you
to
add
external
applications
that
can
be
opened

from
within
the
HTML
Editor.


To
access
any
applications
you
have
added,
go
to
Tools
>
Applications.

Description

A
custom
description
of
the
application
that
will
appear
under
Tools
>

Applications.
This
is
a
personal
reminder,
so
you
can
name
it
anything
you
want.

Custom
Application
.exe

Use
the
Browse
icon
to
browse
your
computer
for
the
.exe
file
for
the
application

you
want
to
add.
To
remove
an
application,
click
the
Remove
icon.

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