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A few days ago I saw a video, I can't remember where and what was special about it was that under the commands in the main panel there was a row with the most used commands. How can you implement this for particular purposes in such a way that when you start mathematics it always appears.

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Beside Mathematica built-in Palettes which are basically floating window, you can access with Palettes option in Menu Bar, there are also some built-in toolbar in Window > Toolbar which will be shown below menu bar just like the picture you mentioned.

If you want to create your own floating Palette, follow this Tutorial on Wolfram.
If you want to create toolbar, see this Tutorial on Wolfram.

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  • $\begingroup$ I am looking at your indications, what is not clear to me is how to install the palette so that it appears whenever I start mathematica, could you give a simple example, it is all in English, there are some things that I do not understand well $\endgroup$ – rpujadas Feb 8 at 1:15
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    $\begingroup$ @rpujadas if you quit mma with the palette open then it will be open next time you launch mma. $\endgroup$ – Kuba Feb 8 at 5:46

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