Below the Main menu are three rows of toolbars, packed together. The number of toolbars displayed can vary, depending on which toolbars you have enabled⁄disabled in the options screen.
You can drag each toolbar down into your work area for greater convenience, using the handle at the left of each bar. For further information, see Using toolbars. Each toolbar has its own name, which will appear above it when is "floating" (i.e. when you have dragged it away from its "docked" position).
Handy hint: To display the name of a docked toolbar, double-click on its handle. It will change to a floating toolbar and the name will be visible. Double-click the handle or title bar (but not the x button) to dock it again.
Each toolbar contains a row of clickable button controls termed toolbuttons, each with a distinctive icon. The term toolbutton will be used throughout this manual instead of toolbar icon to distinguish toolbar controls from other icons such as node icons, etc.
If you pause the mouse cursor over any toolbutton on a toolbar, a small message box, termed a tooltip, will appear indicating the function of each toolbutton.
- Some toolbuttons may be greyed-out (disabled), depending on whether the focus lies in the Tree pane or the Article pane.
- Not all toolbuttons and toolbars are visible in TreePad at the time of installation, by default. See Toolbutton visibility.