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Create a new toolbar in the VB user interface

Posted on 2002-07-04
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Does anyone has a tutorial on how to create (in VB-code of course) a new toolbar with, for ex. 3 buttons on it and with an icon on these buttons.
So I want to become the same result as for ex. the "Edit" toolbar or "Debug" toolbar which are standard in the VB user interface.
I need this because I want to put the AddIns that I have created on a separate toolbar instead of in standard VB-menus. Each AddIn must be started by clicking on a button on the new toolbar.

Thankz in advance,
Luc.
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Have a look at this,  
http://www.vb-faq.com/Articles/Fresle/addins.asp

It shows how to add a commandbar object within your add-in which is what you want to do.
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Thanz,
I've found exactly what I was looking for!
Tim gets the 300 points because he was the first to answer my question.
Greetz, Spoelle
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