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Where'd my printer icon go?

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11-21-2002 01:59 AM
i coulda sworn in IV5 that i had a printer button icon right next to the little diskette - not there now?? -Joe
*Jaquith, Walt
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Re: Where'd my printer icon go?

11-21-2002 02:02 AM in reply to: jmartzig
You did. For some reason they got lost in R6. You can put it back; the
icon is found in the management section of the commands tab of the customize
dialog box for your toolbars. Just grab it and drag it into place, but I
think you'll have to do it for each environment's standard toolbar.

I'm hoping it was just a mistake, and someone didn't actually think we
wouldn't want a print icon.

Walt

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> coulda sworn in IV5 that i had a printer button icon right next to the
little diskette - not there now?? -Joe
>
*McConnell, Cory
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Re: Where'd my printer icon go?

11-21-2002 02:05 AM in reply to: jmartzig
You are right. It is in the file pull down - or you can make your own.

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Cory McConnell
BJ pipeline Inspection
"jmartzig" wrote in message
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> coulda sworn in IV5 that i had a printer button icon right next to the
little diskette - not there now?? -Joe
>

Re: Where'd my printer icon go?

11-21-2002 05:05 AM in reply to: jmartzig
I believe it was one of the ones "Voted Off" the toolbar as you will notice
what was 2 toolbars in 5.3 is now a single toolbar in 6, and it is designed
to actually fit 1024x768 resolutions. Hence some of the less used commands
were given their marching orders and told to look for alternative employment


John Bilton
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11-21-2002 06:25 AM in reply to: jmartzig
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