|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modRibbons module.|
|HideRibbon||Procedure||Hide the ribbon.|
|ShowRibbon||Procedure||Show the ribbon.|
|IsRibbonMaximized||Procedure||Is the ribbon in maximized mode?|
|MaximizeRibbon||Procedure||Maximize the ribbon so you can see all the options.|
|MinimizeRibbon||Procedure||Minimize the ribbon so you have more vertical workspace.|
|ToggleRibbon||Procedure||Toggle between the minimized and maximized displays of the ribbon.|
' Example of modRibbons ' ' To try this example, do the following: ' 1. Create a new form ' 2. Add the following command buttons to the form: ' cmdMax ' cmdMin ' cmdToggle ' cmdIsMax ' cmdHide ' cmdShow ' 3. Paste this code into the form's module Private Sub cmdHide_Click() HideRibbon End Sub Private Sub cmdIsMax_Click() MsgBox "Maximized Status: " & IsRibbonMaximized() End Sub Private Sub cmdMin_Click() MinimizeRibbon End Sub Private Sub cmdMax_Click() MaximizeRibbon End Sub Private Sub cmdShow_Click() ShowRibbon End Sub Private Sub cmdToggle_Click() ToggleRibbon End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() Me.cmdHide.Caption = "Hide Ribbon" Me.cmdIsMax.Caption = "Is Ribbon Max" Me.cmdMax.Caption = "Maximize Ribbon" Me.cmdMin.Caption = "Minimize Ribbon" Me.cmdShow.Caption = "Show Ribbon" Me.cmdToggle.Caption = "Toggle Ribbon" End Sub
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