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Customizing Your Toolbar in Safari    
To customize your toolbar in Safari, first open Safari. Next, go to the "View" menu and click on "Customize Toolbar." A new window pops up that has all of the buttons that can be added to your toolbar for easy access. To add a button simply click and drag it to your toolbar. Once you let go, the button will be on any page that you open in Safari, even after you quit and reopen the application, the buttons will remain in your toolbar. If you add a button and then change your mind, simply hold down the "Apple" key and then click and drag the button you want to remove away from the toolbar and it will disappear. You also have the option to reset your toolbar by clicking and dragging the default toolbar into your toolbar.
 
         
 
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