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The ability to manipulate menus in Microsoft Excel is very important when creating custom add-ins. By trapping the appropriate events in an add-in, the add-in can automatically add the appropriate menu items, making the add-in appear to be a standard part of Excel. In this chapter, you ll learn about the various objects associated with menus and toolbars and how to add new menu items, modify existing menu items, and undo the changes your application made, to restore Excel to its unmodified state.
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Microsoft has developed a very flexible object model that combines menus, command buttons, combo boxes, and pop-up menus into a single extendable system. (See Figure 17-1.) This system separates the visual presentation of the choices to the user from the underlying hierarchical structure menus and buttons, which simplifies the development process.
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PivotTable object
PivotCache object
PivotFields collection (Also: ColumnFields, DataFields, HiddenFields, PageFields, RowFields, VisibleFields, CalculatedFields collections)
PivotField object
PivotItems collection
PivotItem object
Figure 17-1. The CommandBar set of objects gives VBA programmers a lot of flexibility to integrate their applications into Excel.
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CommandBars Collection
The CommandBars collection contains all the command bars defined in Excel. For the most part, the CommandBars collection is just a normal collection with properties and methods such as Item, Count, and Add. However, it also has some properties that determine how the command bars operate, including enabling or disabling features such as adaptive menus, menu customization, and menu animation. Table 17-1 contains a list of the key properties and methods of the CommandBars collection.
Table 17-1.
Key Properties and Methods of the CommandBars Collection
Description
Property: when True, means that adaptive menus will be used in Excel. Method: creates a new command bar object and adds it to CommandBars. Name is the name of the new command bar, Position specifies where the command bar is located, MenuBar, when True, means that the command bar replaces the currently active menu bar. Temporary, when True, means that the command bar will be automatically deleted when Excel ends. Property (read-only): returns the number of CommandBars in the collection. Property: when True, means that command bars may not be customized by the user. Method: returns an object reference to the CommandBarControl object that matches the specified criteria. Type specifies the type of control using the MsoControlType enumeration. Id specifies the name of the control. Tag searches for matches using the control s Tag property. Visible, when True, limits the search to only those controls that are visible; Recursive, when True, searches through the current CommandBar object and all of its pop-up subtoolbars. Property: returns the command bar object specified by Index. Property: when True, means that toolbar buttons will be displayed larger than normal. Property: specifies how the command bar is animated. Can specify one of the following: msoMenuAnimationNone, msnMenuAnimationRandom, msoMenuAnimationSlide, or msoMenuAnimationUnfold.
Property/Method
AdaptiveMenus Add(Name, Position, MenuBar, Temporary)
Count DisableCustomize FindControl(Type, Id, Tag, Visible, Recursive)
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Item(Index) LargeButtons MenuAnimationStyle
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Command Bars The Add method creates an empty command bar object with the specified properties, and the FindControl method searches through all the command bars looking for a control with the specified criteria.
CommandBar Objects
CommandBar objects represent containers in which the individual menu items or icons can be placed. A CommandBar object is referenced through the CommandBars collection. This collection exists for the Application object, as well as other CommandBarControls that can contain other controls, such as a menu control having a submenu. Table 17-2 lists the key properties and methods for the CommandBar object.
Table 17-2.
Key Properties and Methods of the CommandBar
Description
Property: when True, means that adaptive menus will be used with this command bar. Property (read-only): returns True if the command bar is a part of Excel. Property (read-only): returns an object reference to a CommandBarControls collection containing all the controls on the command bar. Method: removes this command bar from the CommandBars collection. Property: when True, means that the CommandBar object will be displayed in the list of available command bars. Method: returns an object reference to the CommandBarControl object that matches the specified criteria. Type specifies the type of control using the MsoControlType enumeration. (See Table 17-4 for a complete list of the enumeration.) Id specifies the name of the control. Tag searches for matches using the control s Tag property. Visible, when True, limits the search to only those controls that are visible. Recursive, when True, searches through the current CommandBar object and all of its pop-up sub toolbars. Property: contains the height of the command bar in pixels. Property (read-only): returns the relative position of the command bar in the CommandBars collection.
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