Adding a Command to a Menu or Toolbar - SQL Assistant

Teradata SQL Assistant for Microsoft Windows User Guide

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Adding a Command to a Menu or Toolbar

Some commands do not have images and these commands should be used to customize menus instead of toolbars. For a list of these commands, see “Menu Commands Only” on page 173.

1 From the Tools menu, click Customize.

2 Click the Commands tab to see the available commands.

3 In the Categories box, click on each category to see the available commands in the Commands box.

Commands are grouped into categories that match the main menu names, however, you are not restricted to adding them to a particular menu or toolbar.

4 Click on the command in the Commands box and drag it to the menu or toolbar you want to add it to.

When the mouse passes over the menus, they open to display their current contents.

When the mouse passes over the toolbar, the pointer looks like an I-beam to help guide you in placing the button.

5 Move the cursor to the position in a menu or on a toolbar where you want to insert the new command and then release the mouse button.