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Inspecting a CommandBar

Sub DisplayGeneralInfo() 
    Dim cb As CommandBar 
    For Each cb In Application.CommandBars 
      Debug.Print "Name:" & cb.Name 
      Debug.Print "Index:" & cb.Index 
      Debug.Print "Built In:" & cb.BuiltIn 
      Debug.Print "Enabled:"  cb.Enabled 
      Debug.Print "Visible:" & cb.Visible 
      Debug.Print "Type:" & TranslateCommandBarType(cb.Type) 
      Debug.Print "Position:" & TranslateCommandBarPosition(cb.Position) 
      Debug.Print "Control Count:" & cb.Controls.Count 
End Sub 
Function TranslateCommandBarPosition(vType As MsoBarPosition) As String 
    Dim sPosition As String 
    Select Case vType 
        Case Is = MsoBarPosition.msoBarBottom 
            sPosition = "Bottom" 
        Case Is = MsoBarPosition.msoBarFloating 
            sPosition = "Floating" 
        Case Is = MsoBarPosition.msoBarLeft 
            sPosition = "Left" 
        Case Is = MsoBarPosition.msoBarMenuBar 
                sPosition = "Menu Bar" 
        Case Is = MsoBarPosition.msoBarPopup 
            sPosition = "Popup" 
        Case Is = MsoBarPosition.msoBarRight 
            sPosition = "Right" 
        Case Is = MsoBarPosition.msoBarTop 
            sPosition = "Top" 
        Case Else 
            sPosition = "Unknown position" 
    End Select 

    TranslateCommandBarPosition = sPosition 
End Function 
Function TranslateCommandBarType(vType As MsoBarType) As String 
    Dim sType As String 

    Select Case vType 
        Case Is = MsoBarType.msoBarTypeMenuBar 
            sType = "Menu Bar" 
        Case Is = MsoBarType.msoBarTypeNormal 
            sType = "Normal" 
        Case Is = MsoBarType.msoBarTypePopup 
            sType = "Popup" 
        Case Else 
            sType = "Unknown type" 
    End Select 
    TranslateCommandBarType = sType 
End Function 


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