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CorelDraw 10 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide by Steve Schwartz, Phyllis Davis

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Working with Toolbars

There are a dozen toolbars in CorelDraw 10. They provide easy access to common commands and dialog boxes. Three toolbars are available by default when you first launch the program: the Standard toolbar, the property bar, and the toolbox.

All toolbars can be docked or floating. A docked toolbar is locked into position on an edge of the screen; a floating toolbar can be freely positioned anywhere onscreen. The toolbox is an example of a docked toolbar. In Figure 1.8, the toolbox is docked on the left side of the screen. To undock the toolbox and make it float, left-click the double gray lines at its top edge (Figure 1.23) and drag it into the drawing window (Figure 1.24). To dock a floating toolbar, drag it to any edge of ...

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