The toolbar in the screen capture below shows the location of the page toolbar
at the top of every page frame. It gives you quick access to page positioning, arrange mode, sytles, views and hiding of page frames.
Hide the Page Toolbar
|Page Toolbar||Click up-arrow|
|Page Toolbar right-click menu||Hide Page Toolbar|
|Hotkey||Ctrl+Shift+V (toggle page view)|
|Page frame titlebar right-click menu||Page View->Minimal Page View|
You can hide the page toolbar in a few ways. First, you can click the up arrow icon in
the toolbar which is the right-most button. You can also right click a clear region of the toolbar and choose Hide Page Toolbar
you can change the Page View
mode. The minimal page view mode hides the bars on a page to minimize distractions. You can choose the minimal page view
mode from the page frame titlebar context menu by selecting Page View->Minimal Page View
or by using the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+V
to fiddle the available
page views until the page toolbar disappears.
Show the Page Toolbar
|Hotkey||Ctrl+Shift+V (fiddle page view)|
|Page frame titlebar right-click menu||Page View->Full Page View|
|"Click me!" mouse rollover|
You can show the page toolbar by right-clicking on the page frame titlebar and selecting
Page View->Full Page View
from the context menu.
You can also use the Page View fiddle Ctrl+Shift+V
which fiddles the available page view modes.
Finally, there is a small rollover region which appears at the top or bottom of the page frame when the Page View is not Full Page View.
Small text appears saying "--- Click Me ---". Click the text and the Page View mode will be changed to full which will make the page toolbar visible
along with any other bars in the page frame.
Page Toolbar Buttons
First note that all operations on the page toolbar can also be found in the titlebar context menu.
Open the titlebar context menu by right-clicking on the titlebar of any page frame.