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Linking a Script to a Toolbar Button

You can add buttons to the Scripting Tools toolbar so that you can access them easily. They will appear to the right of the default Scripting Toolbar buttons.

To link a script to a toolbar button:

1. In the Scripting Tools toolbar, click on the Manage Scripts Manage Script Button button.

A dialog box containing all of the available scripts opens.

Scirpts Manager Window

2. In the Files list, select the JavaScript file containing the function you want to add to the toolbar.
3. In the Functions list, select the function to add to the toolbar.
4. Click on the Right Arrow Movie to Right Column Button button to add the function to the In Toolbar list.
5. Click on OK to add the button and close the dialog box.

To execute a script:

1. Once the script is added to the Scripting toolbar, you can press on the corresponding script button to execute the action—see Linking a Script to a Toolbar Button.
2. You can press the Esc key to interrupt the execution of a script.
If you are working in a network environment, refer to the topic Linking a Script to a Toolbar Button on page 1.