IN THIS CHAPTER
Toolbars, of course, are a pervasive user interface element found in virtually all software these days. In this chapter, I describe how to create and modify toolbars.
♦ An overview of command bars, which include toolbars
♦ Understanding how Excel keeps track of toolbars
♦ Customizing toolbars manually
♦ Lots of examples that demonstrate how to use VBA to manipulate toolbars
Excel is definitely not a toolbar-deficient product. Excel 2003 comes with more than 60 built-in toolbars, and it's easy to construct new toolbars or customize existing ones either manually or by using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA).
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