|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modOfficeCommandBars module.|
|CmdBarListToArray||Procedure||Fills the passed array with a list of all top level command bar names.|
|CmdBarListControlsToArray||Procedure||Fills the passed array with the names of controls in the specified command bar.|
|CmdBarListCallsToArray||Procedure||Fills the passed array with a list of all controls on the specified command bar and the action (macro or module) that they call.|
|CmdBarAdd||Procedure||Add a command bar with this function, then use the CmdBarControlAdd code to add individual controls. In Office 2007, the Command Bars (menus and toolbars) are replaced by the Ribbon interface. Command bars show up as context menus in Office 2007.|
|CmdBarControlAdd||Procedure||Adds a control to a command bar.|
|CmdBarCopy||Procedure||Copies the named command bar to a new name.|
' Example of modOfficeCommandBars ' ' To try this example, do the following: ' 1. Create a new form ' 2. Create a command button 'cmdTest' ' 3. Paste all the code from this example to the new form's module. Private Sub cmdTest_Click() Dim astrNames() As String Dim intCount As Integer Dim intCounter As Integer Dim fOK As Boolean ' Get the list of all commmand bars intCount = CmdBarListToArray(astrNames) For intCounter = 0 To intCount - 1 Debug.Print astrNames(intCounter) Next intCounter ' Copy a command bar fOK = CmdBarCopy("Form View", "newbar") Debug.Print "Command bar copied: " & fOK ' Get the list of command bar actions intCount = CmdBarListCallsToArray("newbar", astrNames) For intCounter = 0 To intCount - 1 Debug.Print astrNames(intCounter) Next intCounter ' Find the list of controls in the command bar intCount = CmdBarListControlsToArray("newbar", True, astrNames) For intCounter = 0 To intCount - 1 Debug.Print astrNames(intCounter) Next intCounter End Sub
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