Opera Software
  1. Toolbars
  2. Menus
  3. Panels
  4. Speed Dial
  5. Bookmarks
  6. Extensions
  7. Opera Widgets
  8. Notes
  9. Geolocation
  10. Opera Link
  11. Opera Turbo
  12. Opera Unite
  13. Content blocking
  14. Fraud and Malware Protection
  15. BitTorrent
  16. Display modes
  17. Developer tools
  18. Preferences
  19. Advanced Preferences
  20. Skins
  21. Keyboard shortcuts
  22. Using the mouse
  23. Using voice
  24. E-mail and news
  25. Feeds
  26. Chat
  27. Dialogs
  28. Auto-update
  29. Backing up Opera

Toolbars

Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Toolbars

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This page explains how to change the toolbar and menu setups in Opera.

Changing setups

You can have multiple toolbar setups in Opera. If you want to keep the existing setup around:

  1. Select the toolbar setup you want to use as a template and click "Duplicate".
  2. Select your new toolbar setup in the list and click "OK" to exit the preferences.
  3. Right-click any toolbar and select "Customize" to go to the "Appearance" dialog, where you can drag and drop buttons, search fields and other toolbar elements

The main menu and all context menus in Opera can also be rearranged any way you like.

To create a new menu setup, copy the file standard_menu.ini from Opera's /defaults/ folder to your profile folder and give it a new name. Then you can modify it using a text editor.

Learn more

The simplest way to get a new toolbar or menu setup, is to download one from the My Opera Community website: