Mozilla Firefox provides useful, customizable toolbars that provide easy access to common features and sites. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to reposition the toolbars to your liking.
- Open the Mozilla Firefox Internet Browser. On the top, you’ll notice a menu bar that says File, Edit, History, Bookmarks, Tools and Help. Next to that is an empty section known as the Tab Strip.
- Right-click the Tab Strip and select Customize. A window titled Customize Toolbar will pop up. From here you can add or remove items by dragging them to or from the taskbar. In this example, we’ll be using the Print button. The Print button is a quick tool for printing the current web page you are on.
- Click on the Print tool and drag it to the Navigation Toolbar. This is the space next to the address bar and above the bookmarks toolbar items. You’ll see other tools like the Home button there already. Place it where it is most convenient for you.
- To remove, click on the Print button again and drag it back into the Customize Toolbar window.
- Click Done to finish.
Icon Appearance Options:
- In the Customize Toolbar window, there is an option titled Show: on the bottom left. Click on the Drop down menu next to Show:. There you’ll see three options titled, Icons, Text, and Icons and Texts. As each name implies, Icons will only show you the tool’s icon, Text will show the tool’s text label, and Icon and Texts will display both the tool’s icon and text label.
- Next to Show: there is a small check box titled Use Small Icons. Select this box to make the Toolbar icons smaller in appearance. Click Done to finish.