The toolbar is displayed by default across the top of the application window, below the menu bar. The toolbar provides quick mouse access to many tools used in Dependency Walker.
There are three ways you can learn what a particular toolbar button's action is. You can float the mouse over the button and a tool tip will pop up with the command name. You can press and hold the mouse down over a button and read the text displayed in the Status Bar for a more detailed description. If you do not wish to execute the command, move the mouse off the toolbar button and release the mouse. Last, you can use the Context Help utility to activate the online help documentation for the toolbar button.
The toolbar can be docked to the top, left, right, and bottom of Dependency Walker's main window, as well as free floated in its own mini window To change the docking location of the toolbar, simply grab the toolbar along its edge and drag it to where you would like it to go.
To hide or display the Toolbar, choose the Toolbar option from the View menu.
|Opens and processes a module file. See the Open... command for more information.|
|Saves the current Module Session to a file. See the Save Command for more information.|
|Copies the current selection to the clipboard as text. See the Copy Command for more information.|
|When checked, the Module Dependency Tree View will automatically expand to show modules as they are added. See the Auto Expand option for more information.|
|Shows or hides full path strings in the Module Dependency Tree View and the Module List View. See the Full Paths option for more information.|
|Enables or disables undecoration of C++ function names in the Parent Import Function List View and the Export Function List View. See the Undecorate C++ Functions option for more information.|
|Launches the external module viewer for the selected modules. See the View Module in External Viewer command for more information.|
|Displays the Windows Properties dialog for the selected modules. See the Properties command for more information.|
|Displays information about the system. See the System Information command for more information.|
|Configures the search order used when locating dependent modules. See the Configure Search Order command for more information.|
|Starts profiling the current Module Session. See the Start Profiling Command for more information.|
|Stops profiling the current Module Session. See the Stop Profiling Command for more information.|
|Arranges windows in an overlapped fashion. See the Cascade command for more information.|
|Arranges windows as non-overlapping horizontal tiles. See the Tile Horizontally command for more information.|
|Arranges windows as non-overlapping vertical tiles. See the Tile Vertically command for more information.|
|Enters context help mode. See the Context Help command for more information.|