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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
    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.

     HTH
      I only have Quicken 2004 so I may be off base but I would think it's referring to the icon toolbar in the Quicken Program, not in Internet Explorer.Christine
        Quote:" Ask the Expert: Regina Lian -- Dec. 3rd-7th: Where is the Toolbar?  I am very new to Quicken and..."

        The toolbar location is where Help said it was, except ... it may be hidden.

        What do you see just below the Quicken menu bar when you toggle the F11 key. You should see the toolbar appear, and disappear.To keep the toolbar visible as the default (when starting Quicken), go to: Edit > Preferences > Quicken Program > Register, and remove the check mark from "Maximize my register view".

        The F11 key should always toggle the toolbar on and off, but the above preference should insure the toolbar defaults to being visible.
          Where you asked that question was just a notification from Intuit about a (then) upcoming event._ You're right, it wasn't a very good place to ask, but I answered there before i knew you had posted again.
            Quote:" Quicken Toolbar: "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.  HTH"

            Thank you all for responding, this did the trick.  

            You only get a CD and adds for services in the box no user guide.  I guess Intuit thinks everyone knows how to use the application.  I probably would not have tried this product - I used Money 2006 and was looking for an upgrade - no released MSM 2009 or 2008.

            Thank you all again.Hank