In computing, area usually at the top or side of a screen with push-buttons and other features to perform frequently used tasks. For example, the toolbar of a paint program
might offer quick access to different brushes, spray cans, erasers, and other useful tools. Floating and smart toolbars have become more common, where a toolbar only appears when a relevant object is selected and can be repositioned at will. Some programs enable users to create their own custom toolbars to suit their specific purposes.
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