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Finding Visible Controls with FindControls

Sub FindVisibleControls()
    Dim ctrls As CommandBarControls
    Dim ctrl As CommandBarControl

    Set ctrls = Application.CommandBars.FindControls(, , , True)

    For Each ctrl In ctrls
        Debug.Print ctrl.Caption
        Debug.Print ctrl.Index
        Debug.Print ctrl.ID
        Debug.Print ctrl.Enabled
        Debug.Print ctrl.Visible
        Debug.Print ctrl.IsPriorityDropped
        Debug.Print TranslateControlType(ctrl.Type)
    Set ctrl = Nothing
    Set ctrls = Nothing
End Sub
Function TranslateControlType(vType As MsoControlType) As String
    Dim sType As String

    Select Case vType
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlActiveX
            sType = "ActiveX"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlAutoCompleteCombo
            sType = "Auto Complete Combo"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlButton
            sType = "Button"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlButtonDropdown
            sType = "Button Dropdown"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlButtonPopup
            sType = "Button Popup"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlComboBox
            sType = "Combo Box"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlCustom
            sType = "Custom"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlDropdown
            sType = "Dropdown"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlEdit
            sType = "Edit"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlExpandingGrid
            sType = "Expanding Grid"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlGauge
            sType = "Gauge"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlGenericDropdown
            sType = "Generic Dropdown"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlGraphicCombo
            sType = "Graphic Combo"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlGraphicDropdown
            sType = "Graphic Dropdown"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlGraphicPopup
            sType = "Graphic Popup"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlGrid
            sType = "Grid"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlLabel
            sType = "Label"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlLabelEx
            sType = "Label Ex"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlOCXDropdown
            sType = "OCX Dropdown"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlPane
            sType = "Pane"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlPopup
            sType = "Popup"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlSpinner
            sType = "Spinner"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlSplitButtonMRUPopup
            sType = "Split Button MRU Popup"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlSplitButtonPopup
            sType = "Split Button Popup"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlSplitDropdown
            sType = "Split Dropdown"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlSplitExpandingGrid
            sType = "Split Expanding Grid"
        Case Is = MsoControlType.msoControlWorkPane
            sType = "Work Pane"
        Case Else
            sType = "Unknown control type"
    End Select

    TranslateControlType = sType
End Function


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