You can create a new toolbar for a special task or project. For example, create a toolbar of frequently used analyses where the names of the commands that you added are shown.
You can show names for all the buttons on a toolbar or show the name for only one button.
You can create a custom command, for example, to open a different application or a website, or to run a Minitab macro.
To create a new command, you must first create it on the Tools tab, then from the Commands tab, you can move the new command to an existing menu or toolbar.
You can create a custom command to open Companion, a different Minitab product.
If you frequently use a Minitab macro or an Exec file, for example, to update data from a database, you can create a command to run the macro or the Exec file.
You can specify only one set of arguments. If you want the macro to run with a different set of arguments, you must either modify the arguments for the shortcut or create a different shortcut with the other arguments.
Add shortcut keys to save time executing the commands that you use most often. For example, create a keyboard shortcut to open the 2-Sample t dialog box.
You can change how tooltips and icons for toolbars are displayed.
You can restore the default settings for menus, toolbars, and shortcut keys.
These steps reset the buttons and display settings for non-custom toolbars. These steps do not affect custom toolbars. These steps do not affect which toolbars are visible.
These steps remove new shortcut keys and restore modified shortcut keys to their original function.