Quicken Toolbar

I asked this question and noticed that the expert was from last year. So I'll try this.Where is the Toolbar?  I am very new to Quicken and I am a very experienced computer/Windows user. I know what a Toolbar looks like but for the life of me I have no idea where or what the Quicken Toolbar is. If I ASK help I get this:The Quicken toolbar is a horizontal gray area just below the menu bar. It contains a customizable set of icons on the left, and a global search field and link to Product Support on the right. Certain views of Quicken which maximize the working area (for example, of a register or transaction list) will hide the toolbar.I have no screen shots to look at showing Layout and most of the areas and views are obvious.  Where is the Toolbar?ThanksHank

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Do you have your preferences set for Quicken to show the Tool Bar? Edit > Preferences > Quicken Program > Startup > Show Quicken Tool Bar check box. You should be able to toggle that option on and off to see what the toolbar is. It is the bar with the icons on it - but you knew that.

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