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Show, hide, and customize the toolbar in Windows Mail

The Windows Mail toolbar is a convenient repository of the most commonly used commands, all accessible just click away. What you may not know is that the toolbar can be heavily customized to fit your needs: aside from being able to show it or hide it altogether, you can choose to display text below the icons, on the right, or not at all; add or remove commands (buttons / icons); and even change the size of the button icons on the toolbar. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to customize the Windows Mail toolbar.

Change the size of the icons on the Windows Mail toolbar

Show or hide text labels on the toolbar

After a while, you will become so familiar with each of the buttons on the toolbar that just looking at the icon will remind you what a given button does. Windows Mail gives you nonetheless three separate options when it comes to text labels on the toolbar:

Add or remove commands from the Windows Mail toolbar

You can show or hide icons from the toolbar, and include custom separators between each button:

This has covered all the customization options windows mail offers and comes to configuring the toolbar itself; now comes the time to turn the toolbar On or Off.

Show or hide the toolbar in Windows Mail

Finally, here is how you can show or hide the toolbar altogether:

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