Set the toolbar to the flat style, the same style as Visual Basic toolbars. This functionality is not built into the Windows Common Control ActiveX Control.
|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modToolBar module.|
|SetToolBarFlat||Procedure||Set a toolbar to the flat style.|
|FlatToolBarEnumChildProc||Procedure||Callback routine for EnumChildWindows. This function should never be called directly by user code. See the Windows SDK for more documentation on this procedure.|
' Example of modToolbar ' ' To try this example, do the following: ' 1. Create a new form ' 2. Create a toolbar named 'ToolBar1' ' 3. Create a command button named 'cmdTest' ' 4. Paste all the code from this example to the new form's module. ' 4. Run the form Private Sub cmdTest_Click() Static fFlat As Boolean fFlat = Not fFlat ' Example of SetToolBarFlat and 'flat' mode SetToolBarFlat Toolbar1, fFlat End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() Dim btn As ComctlLib.Button With Toolbar1 Set btn = .Buttons.Add(, , "Button 1") Set btn = .Buttons.Add(, , "Button 2") Set btn = .Buttons.Add(, , "Button 3") Set btn = .Buttons.Add(, , "Button 4") End With End Sub
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