Inserting a Space Between Buttons on a Toolbar

In general, to insert a space between buttons, simply drag them away from one another on the toolbar. To remove space, drag them towards each other.

To insert a space before a button that is not followed by a space

  1. Drag the button to the right or down until it overlaps the next button about halfway.

To insert a space before a button which is followed by a space and to retain that trailing space

  1. Drag the button until the right or bottom edge is just touching the next button or just overlaps it.

To insert a space before a button that is followed by a space and close up that following space

  1. Drag the button to the right or down until it overlaps the next button about halfway.

    For information on adding resources to managed projects, please see Resources in Desktop Apps in the .NET Framework Developer's Guide. For information on manually adding resource files to managed projects, accessing resources, displaying static resources, and assigning resource strings to properties, see Creating Resource Files for Desktop Apps. For information on globalization and localization of resources in managed apps, see Globalizing and Localizing .NET Framework Applications.

    Requirements

    MFC or ATL

See Also

Creating, Moving, and Editing Toolbar Buttons
Toolbar Editor