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Tool Bar


Hi,

I have just reformatted my disc and introduced visual basic pro.

Prior to reformatting I used to have a really useful function directly accessible from the VB toolbar, either under Tools or Addins.

The ability to add a toolbar was in the drop down box with all the images on the left and the ability to "right hand arrow" into the list ... then move the right hand list into the order you required.

How can I bring it back ?

Dave
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rkot2000Commented:
ping ...
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andysalihCommented:
is it the one where yo go into VB then into VIEW then down to TOOL BAR then tick standard.

then drag that where  you want it


cheers
Andy
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rspahitzCommented:
It sounds like you want toolbar customization.

Right-click the toolbar/menu and select Customize...

From there, you can drag a toolbar around to anywhere you want, even detached.

Personally, I like the idea of a personalized toolbar, so I picked New..., which created a new toolbar element, then I clicked on the Commands tab and dragged the desired items (referenced by their location in the menus) into my personal toolbar, and closed when done.
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Gee, was this a bad answer that it only got a "C" grade?

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