Can u add tool bar to microsoft word

vba Pakistan
  • 18 years ago

    if not try this.


    1. Open visual Basic editor from Microsoft word from tools macros
    Add following code in it



    Dim CmdBarEvents As New Class1


    Sub Macro1()


       
         Dim cmbNewBar As CommandBar
       Dim ctlBtn As CommandBarButton


       Set cmbNewBar = Application.CommandBars.Add
       cmbNewBar.Name = "New Tool Bar Name"
       With cmbNewBar
           Set ctlBtn = .Controls.Add(msoControlButton)
           With ctlBtn
               .Style = msoButtonIconAndCaption
               .BeginGroup = True
               .Caption = "&New Button"
               .TooltipText = "Tool Tip Text For new Button"
               .FaceId = 65
            Set CmdBarEvents.BtnCtrl = ctlBtn
           End With
           .Protection = msoBarNoCustomize
           .Position = msoBarTop
           .Visible = True
       End With


    End Sub



    Add a new class with name Class1 (default name)


    Add following code in it



    Public WithEvents BtnCtrl As Office.CommandBarButton


    Private Sub BtnCtrl_Click(ByVal Ctrl As _
       Office.CommandBarButton, CancelDefault As Boolean)
       MsgBox Ctrl.Caption & " was clicked"
    End Sub



    For further in formations please contact me at
    nadeem@skela.net
    or
    stunnerpk@yahoo.com

  • 18 years ago

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