D. Find toolbar E. View toolbar F. Create PDF toolbar G. Comments toolbar
Any toolbars can float or be docked. Docked toolbars appear in the toolbar area. Floating toolbars
appear as independent palettes that you can move anywhere in the work area.
Showing or Hiding Toolbars
To hide all toolbars, choose View > Toolbars > Hide Toolbars, or press the hotkey F8 on your
To show all toolbars, choose View > Toolbars > Show Toolbars, or press the hotkey F8 on
To open a toolbar, choose View > Toolbars > [toolbar name].
To hide a toolbar, please do one of the following:
A. Right-click the toolbar area or choose View >Toolbars, and uncheck the toolbar you want
B. Drag the toolbar you want to delete from its grabber bar to the document pane, click the
at the top right corner of its title bar to hide it.
To change the visibility of several toolbars, please go to View > UI options > Customize
Toolbars, and then select and deselect the toolbars. A checkmark next to the toolbar name
indicates that the toolbar is currently visible.
You can lock toolbars to prevent them from being moved. This feature is quite practical to
prevent you from accidently dragging a menu out of place.
To lock or unlock the toolbars, please right-click the toolbar, select Toolbars Setting and choose
Lock/Unlock All Toolbars.
To rearrange the docked toolbars, use the toolbar grabber bars to drag them from one
position to another.
To float a docked toolbar, drag it by its grabber bar from the toolbar area.
To move a floating toolbar, drag it by its title bar to another location in the work area.
To dock a floating toolbar, double-click its title bar or drag it by its title bar to the toolbar
To move all floating toolbars to the toolbar area, choose View > Toolbars > Reset Toolbars.
Note: To move a toolbar, drag the grabber bar at the left edge of the toolbar.
Customizing Working Area in Ribbon Mode