Toolbar Creator is a program that allows the user to create multiple custom toolbars that can potentially be used with any program (as long as the program accepts keyboard hotkeys). It is available below as a zip file on Google Drive or on MediaFire.com. You can just download the zip file. Then, extract the folder from the zip file and put it anywhere on your computer. Double-click the file "Your Toolbar.exe" (which you can rename any way you want) to start the rpogram. (Make sure to extract the files first as they won't run correctly if you leave them in the zip file.) Some basic instructions are included in the zip file below. For instructions on more advanced customization options (for more adventurous users), see the pdf file named "Toolbar_Creator_2_2_Advanced_Instructions_1" at the bottom of this post. Download: Current version: v2.2 beta 5 (development on the program has stopped, so this might be the very final version) Important: When customizing the hotkeys for each button, it is necessary to use a physical keyboard, not the onscreen keyboard. Direct download from Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ge_EayK-AhdhjT9S6Qm0X3475t0lNSAx/view?usp=sharing Alternate download from MediaFire.com: http://www.mediafire.com/download/37mpd05oh5b52hm/Toolbar_Creator 2_2_Beta_5.zip More about Toolbar Creator: Essentially everything about the toolbars can be customized. Just launch the Toolbar Options via the menu on the top left button or by right-clicking on the tray icon, and start customizing. There is a lot in there, and I don't have time to prepare instructions but I think the info that is provided is mostly self-explanatory. There are two types of toolbars: the first type has two columns of buttons and each column can have a maximum of 10 buttons; the second type can be designed on a 10 x 10 button canvas with buttons of different sizes. Other main features include: - Create as many toolbars as you want. - Easily switch between toolbars from the toolbar's menu. - All changes and customizations should take effect in real time so you can test them right away. - The number of buttons, size of buttons and transparency of each toolbar can be individually customized. - For each button, you can select an icon (I've included a whole bunch of them, or you can create your own icons) and define the left-click and, optionally, the right-click actions. - For the left-click actions, you can select and define six types of functions: 1) Send a hotkey. 2) Repeatedly send a hotkey for as long as the button is pressed (with a user-defined frequency). 3) Toggle up/down a hotkey (especially useful for modifiers like Ctrl, Shift, Alt and combinations of them). 4) Timed toggle of a hotkey. 5) Preset functions that are included in the toolbar. Examples of preset functions: increase volume, launch Task Manager, move taskbar, rotate display, put computer to sleep, search selected word in Google, increase brightness, change power plan, etc. 6) Slider button: Press the button then move up to repeatedly send a hotkey, and move down to send a different hotkey.- Right-click actions are a bit more limited, and you can either define a hotkey or select among a bunch of preset functions. Importantly, the right-click actions seem to work very well as long as you hover-right-click on the buttons. If you press down and right-click with the stylus, more often than not the button's left-click command is sent at the same time as the right-click command. - Items in the toolbar's main and tray menus can be hidden/shown. - For each toolbar, the tray icon can be customized and the default action when the tray icon is clicked can be customized to include a preset function as in 5) above. Right-clicking of the tray icon always brings up the tray menu. - A Shortcuts submenu of the main menu can be completely configured by the user. - To move the default toolbar, use the button on the top left (can also be customized). To close the toolbar, right-click the tray icon, or right-click the "move" button, or add a Exit Toolbar preset function to any button or menu. To demonstrate how this all works, I have included one toolbar of each type, that you can switch between by using the menu on the top left button of the toolbars. The included default toolbar is a general toolbar that can be used with any program. Below is a picture with explanations of what each button does. In addition to that info: left-clicking on the tray icon will show a menu from which you can switch power plans, while right-clicking will bring up the tray menu. Known bugs: - There are many minor bugs, but none that hamper the use of the program. It's very stable on any version of Windows, from XP to 10! - When customizing a button, if you change the right-click hotkeys or the slider hotkeys, the changes are saved automatically although it may not show correctly in the Options. But customizing the hotkeys does work. - Multi-line button captions don't show correctly when you launch the toolbar but they show correctly when modified through the Options. Many many thanks to Steve B for all his help and contributions. Thanks man! And also thanks to thatcomicsguy and stoneseeker, as well as dream3 for beta testing a preliminary version. Special thanks to Surface Pro Artist for his early promotion of the program.