ArcMap Standard Toolbar
- ArcMap Standard Toolbar (active tab)
- ArcMap Layout Toolbar
- ArcMap Editor Toolbar
- ArcMap Tools Toolbar
The Standard Toolbar in ArcMap is the place to find all your Windows-based buttons such as Save, Open, Print, Undo/Redo.
Closes (prompts to save) the current MXD and launches a new, blank version.
Opens a window to find and launch a saved MXD.
Saves the current MXD. Launches a window to designate a name and a place if the MXD had not been saved previously. Simply overwrites for all subsequent saves.
Prints the current view, either what is seen in the current extent of Data View or the layout if in Layout View.
Cuts the currently selected feature.
Copies a selected feature.
Pastes a selected feature.
Deletes the currently selected item.
Undoes whatever action was just taken.
Redoes the last action taken.
Opens the ‘Add Data’ Dialog box for adding data of all types to ArcMap
Opens the dialog box to add one of twelve basemaps from ArcGIS Online.
Shows and sets the scale for the active data frame. Scales can be typed into the box (you can skip the “1:”) and set with the enter key or the dropdown can be used to select a pre-set scale level (or set a custom level)
The editor toolbar button toggles the Editor toolbar on and off.
Table of Contents
Toggles the Table of Contents on and off. If the Table of Contents was closed, use this button to get it back.
Toggles the Catalog window on and off. If the Catalog window was closed, use this button to get it back.
Toggles the Search window on and off. If the Search window was closed, use this button to get it back.
Toggles the ArcToolbox window on and off. If the ArcToolbox was closed, use this button to get it back.
Opens the Python window to enter and run commands.
Opens the Model Builder window to build, edit, save, and run models.