The toolbar of the Active Tray window contains buttons which correspond to some commands from the Items menu. These are the most frequently used tools for editing the Active Tray configuration. Following is a description of each toolbar button.
Add Program or Document
Adds a new item to the configuration list. This can be a program, document, or Control Panel object.
Adds a new item to the configuration list. This can be any folder on your computer, including standard folders such as Desktop, My Computer, Start Menu, Control Panel, and so on.
Add Internet Link
Adds a new item to the configuration list. This refers to a URL address.
Adds a new item to the configuration list; one that performs a special action.
Add Menu or Group
Adds a new item to the configuration list. This can include any other items, as well as other menus. Use such items to create cascading menus. It also allows you to create a launch group instead of a menu.
Adds a new separator to the configuration list. Use separators to visually group different items in a menu. Separators added to the root-level of the Items Configuration will be displayed in the system tray as separate icons.
Removes the selected item and all its sub-items from the configuration list.
Displays the property window for the selected item.
Moves the selected item and all its sub-items up the configuration list.
Moves the selected item and all its sub-items down the configuration list.