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Microsoft Office to OpenOffice Migration Guide
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Toolbars

default location of some icons may be different from the default location in MSO. The icons are also not identical. Many icons can be expanded into submenus or tear-off toolbars.

Most toolbars in OOo can be made floating or can be docked in various positions. To move a toolbar, place the mouse pointer over the toolbar handle (or the title bar of a floating toolbar), hold down the left mouse button and drag the toolbar to the new location.

Tear-off toolbars area always floating. See Chapter 4, “Menus and Toolbars” in the Getting Started guide for more information on moving, docking and customizing toolbars.

For information on how to customize toolbars (including adding and removing icons), see Chapter 8, “Customizing OpenOffice.org” in this guide.

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