Customize the Toolbar In the Finder and Apps

You can customize the toolbar in the Finder and many apps. You can add buttons, spaces and other controls. Some apps have a large selection of buttons you can add. You can also revert to the default set easily. See what is available in the Finder, Mail, Pages and other apps.

Comments: 8 Responses to “Customize the Toolbar In the Finder and Apps”

    Emmie
    3 years ago

    Great info and easy. Thank you.

    Margie Laviano
    3 years ago

    Thank you Gary for this. You have just made toolbar more accessible for me!

    Dan
    2 years ago

    Excellent info!

    I never these options were available. I really LOVE how I can modify my work environment in PAGES.

    Is there a way to make these changes my default? Resting it each time is a bit of a PITA.

    2 years ago

    Dan: They should be default when you change them. Try it.

    Dan
    2 years ago

    Thank you “Bigly”.

    Yes, The modified tool bar is the new default.

    Are there plans to update your PAGES ebook? It really is a great resource.

    2 years ago

    Dan: Thanks. Do you mean my original Pages book I did for Que many years back? I did update it — but as a course. Courses are a far better use of my time I’m finding. The computer book market is tiny compared to years ago. I’ll be updating my My iPad book, but that’s probably it.

    Debbie Shapiro
    2 years ago

    In Finder, my list of files is a very skinny column that I have to expand each time I look for something. Then I must expand the next column if it has something in that file. How can I keep the columns at the size I need them?

    2 years ago

    Debbie: Try holding the Option key while you drag the column dividers.

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