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WYNN Tip: Creating a Custom Tool Bar

You can create a Custom Toolbar in WYNN, using only the buttons you want available for a specific student or task. For example, you might want to have a toolbar for studying. A library might want to set up a toolbar for library patrons to use for reading. To set up a custom toolbar:

  1. Click the Settings menu.
  2. Choose Custom Toolbar.
  3. The available toolbar buttons are listed on the left. Click on each button you want in the custom toolbar, then click the Add button to move that button to the custom toolbar area on the right. Note that you can have a maximum of 14 buttons on your custom toolbar.
  4. When you have finished creating your custom toolbar, click the radio button that says "Show Custom Toolbar."
  5. Click OK.
  6. If you later want to add or remove buttons from an existing custom toolbar, retrieve the toolbar (see directions below), then follow the steps above.

Customize Toolbar Settings dialog box

This custom toolbar will now be your default toolbar, instead of the four rotating toolbars.  If you want to use the default toolbar set instead of the custom toolbar, just go to Settings menu, select Custom Toolbar, then click on the radio button, “Show Default Toolbars.”

If you want to keep multiple custom toolbars, you must save each custom toolbar and give it a name so you can retrieve it later. To save the custom toolbar:

  1. Go to the Settings menu.
  2. Choose Save Settings.
  3. Uncheck all the items except Custom Toolbar Settings.
  4. Write a descriptive name in the “Enter new settings file name” field, then click OK.

Save Settings dialog box

To Retrieve this Custom Tool Bar when you wish to use it:

  1. Go to the Settings menu.
  2. Choose Retrieve Settings.
  3. Click on the name you created for this Custom Tool Bar, then OK.


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