A toolbar is a panel with a set of buttons. Clicking any of the buttons runs the command associated with the button. Each button usually has an icon that visually represents the associated command.

In ordinary application mode, 1C:Enterprise has two toolbar types: docked and floating.

Docked toolbars usually contain buttons for operations with data available in a specific window. Their positions are fixed (usually under the window header), and they cannot be customized.

Floating toolbars usually contain buttons for general-purpose commands that are not window-specific. The number of toolbars simultaneously available in the main 1C:Enterprise window can vary depending on the application mode. You can also create custom toolbars from a predefined set of buttons. 

Floating toolbars can be placed in any convenient location: attached to any side of the application window or "pinned" anywhere on the screen. When you drag a toolbar, its future location is marked with an inverted rectangle.

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