Add custom buttons directly to Internet Explorers own toolbar which can be used to launch any program or document on your computer. Easy-to-use interface lets you to define sevral different properties for each button you add including the button icon, text, and more. Buttons can be optionally added to I.E.s toolbar for only the current Windows user profile or for all users if your system is configured for more than one Windows user profile. Buttons can also be deleted or their properties edited from within the program at any time after they have been added.
If you use Internet Explorer regularly, AddaButton can be used to add handy custom "launch" buttons to I.E.s own toolbar. They can be used to launch your favorite chat program, ftp program, multimedia player, or anything; even URLs. Also, for each button added to I.E.'s toolbar, a corresponding menu item is placed under its "Tools" menu which performs the same action as clicking the button.
AddaButton offers a wide range of control over properties of added buttons, including options to specify which program, document, or url to launch when the button is pressed, command-line parameters, which icon to display on the button, caption for the button, text for its corresponding menu item, and even the text displayed in I.E.'s status bar when the mouse cursor is over the menu item.
You can also configure whether each added button is displayed on the toolbar in just the current Windows user profile or in all user profiles set up on your system.
You can specify all these options individually or have it done automatically in one step simply by dragging a shortcut or any file onto the program's special "Drop Target". All needed information related to that file is then automatically entered into its appropriate spaces. All you have to do then is click the "Add Button" button to add the new button to I.E.'s toolbar.
Completely safe to use, AddaButton doesn't alter I.E.'s program file or important settings in any way. Buttons can be deleted or edited at any time after they are added from within the program with just a few clicks.
Complete and detailed help is included in case you need it along with an interactive tutorial that walks you step -by-step through the process of adding buttons using the program.
Internet Explorer 5.0 or later, VB6 Runtime