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Favorites Tab

The Ribbon Command Bar located at the top of the AVS Audio Editor main window contains tabs with a set number of commands which are already grouped in a certain way. The Favorites tab has been designed specifically for you to display the most frequently used commands in a single place and group them according to your wish.

The Favorites tab is empty by default. To customize it (create Button Groups and add Command Buttons), do the following:

  • Right-click the Favorites tab and select More Commands... to open the Customize window.

    Opening the Customize window

  • On the Toolbars tab, click New... to create a new button group. Enter a name for your new button group and press OK. The new empty button group will appear on the Favorites tab:

Creating a new button group

  • To add command buttons to your button group (toolbar), switch to the Commands tab. Select the desired command button, then drag and drop it within the button group you have just created.

Adding command buttons to button group

Use the Options tab of the Customize window to set Ribbon Command Bar properties.

Customize window - the Options tab

  • Tick the Large icons option to show large icons on the ribbon command bar.
  • Tick Show tooltips on toolbars to display tooltips (hints) when you place the cursor over ribbon command bar elements.
  • Tick Show shortcut keys in tooltips to include shortcuts in tooltips (hints).

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