The Prof-UIS toolbar provides many additional features not available in MFC:
Prof-UIS also allows the user to dock the toolbar to any side of the frame window or make it floating (see Figure 15).
The developer can draw its own buttons in a new, customized fashion and put them on the toolbar (see Figure 16).
The toolbar is fully compatible with the OLE client/server
technology, which means it is automatically hidden when an OLE
object becomes in-place active and vice versa (see Figure 17).
Figure 1. Displaying the entire image of the toolbar while it is being dragged/resized
Figure 2. Split button in a toolbar
Figure 3. Toolbar chevron button
Figure 4. Customize dialog and completely customizable toolbars, menus, and keyboard accelerators
Figure 5. Quick toolbar customization with "Add or Remove Buttons"
Figure 6. ALT customization (without the Customize dialog)
Figure 7. Consistent resizable combo field in a menu
Figure 8. Undo/redo button with its drop-down menu
Figure 9. Color picker button with a color pop-up menu
Figure 10. Slider ("Zoom") and a scroll bar ("Seek") in a toolbar
Figure 11. Built-in context menu over the area occupied by docked toolbars and the menu bar
Figure 12. Alpha icons for disabled toolbar buttons (Microsoft Office 2003 and Visual Studio 2005 themes)
Figure 13. Large icon mode
Figure 14. Text support for toolbar buttons
Figure 15. Toolbar docked/floating states
Figure 16. Toolbar custom-drawn buttons
Figure 17. Support for the OLE client/server technology