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Macros - ToolbarOff

The ToolbarOff command is used to hide a Toolbar. Square brackets "[]" symbolize entries to be replaced.

Usage: ToolbarOff=[Toolbar Name].

For example:
ToolbarOff=Sales Entry. This command hides the Sales Entry toolbar.

Note: The ToolBarOnTop command should be used instead of ToolBarOn= or ToolBarOff= when multiple toolbars occupy the same area of the screen and only one toolbar should currently be displayed. Using this command allows Keystroke to preload all required toolbars so it can then quickly switch back and forth between them without have to recalculate/display the entire screen.

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