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In this section, you will learn about the toolbar and
how to create a toolbar in dojo.
Toolbar : This is a GUI (Graphical User
Interface) that is either horizontal row or vertical column of the selected
image "buttons" that gives user visible reminder and easy way to
select certain application functions or desktop such as: backwards or forwards
to pages and saving or printing pages or documents within a browser.
The dijit.Menu is a container for dijit.MenuItem's,
so dijit.Toolbar is also container for buttons. In the toolbar contains
button-based Dijit, including ComboButtons and DropdownButtons.