You access FirstClass commands through buttons on toolbars. Normally, a FirstClass page includes a main toolbar that works with the open container, plus one or more secondary toolbars that work with selected objects inside the container.
Depending on how you set up your FirstClass web viewing preferences, you may see the main toolbar on the top of the page or on the side, with or without text.
The secondary toolbar is located over the main pane. If the navigation or reading pane is open, there is also a secondary toolbar over that pane. As an alternative to using this toolbar, you can use the context menu.
Each page has its own set of toolbar buttons. If you don't see the button you want, go to another page. For example, to use the Preferences button, go to your Desktop.
If you only see icons on toolbar buttons, you can hover your cursor over a button to get a description of what it does.
About the editing toolbars
FirstClass normally displays editing toolbars when an editable object is open. These bars consist of:
• a toolbar containing common editing functions
• an edit bar containing dropdown controls for editing content.