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Numbers, the Mac spreadsheet developed by Apple. In this series of tutorials we see together to take the first steps to become experts! Part 6: Toolbar

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<p>To view a description of a button's function, hold the pointer over the button.</p>
<p>The default toolbar buttons are shown below. The "Full Screen" button in the upper right corner does not appear unless you are running Mac OS X v10.7 (Lion) or later.</p>
<p><strong>To customize the toolbar:</strong></p>
<li>Choose View> Customize Toolbar. The homonymous window is displayed.</li>
<li>Modify the toolbar as you wish.
<li>To add an item to the toolbar, drag its icon to the toolbar. If you often change the configuration of the toolbar, you can add the Customize button directly in the bar.</li>
<li>To remove an item from the toolbar, drag it outside the bar.</li>
<li>To restore the default configuration of the toolbar buttons, drag the default configuration to the toolbar.</li>
<li>To reduce the size of the toolbar icons, select the "Use reduced size" option.</li>
<li>To view only the icons or only the text, choose an option from the Show pop-up menu.</li>
<li>To rearrange items on the toolbar, drag them.</li>
<li>Click Finish.
<li>In addition, you can customize the toolbar using these abbreviations:</li>
<li>To remove an element from the toolbar, press the Command key while dragging the element out of the bar. You can also press the Ctrl key while clicking on the element, then choose "Remove element" from the context menu.</li>
<li>To move an item, press the Command key while dragging the item on the toolbar.</li>
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