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Disabling the Emacs menubar, toolbar, or scrollbar

  1. To disable the menu bar, place the following line in your .emacs file:
    (menu-bar-mode -1)
  2. To disable the scrollbar, use the following line:
    (toggle-scroll-bar -1)
  3. To disable the toolbar, use the following line:
    (tool-bar-mode -1)

Note: If, after turning any of these off, you want to re-enable them for a single emacs window, you can do so by pressing Meta-x and then typing the command at the M-x prompt.

Example:
M-x tool-bar-mode
will turn the toolbar back on.

Note: All of these commands are "toggles", so repeated use of the command will turn the feature in question on or off.

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Last Modified:

April 18, 2011

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