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fergmj (Programmer) (OP)
4 Sep 01 12:23
I am wondering if someone can tell me what the members of msoControlEdit are. I am lookig for a way to set the width the parameters and member functions etc.

Here is my code snip below:

Public Sub CreateToolbar()

On Error Resume Next
CommandBars("AP Schedule Tools").Delete
On Error GoTo 0

With CommandBars.Add(Name:="AP Schedule Tools")
With .Controls.Add(Type:=msoControlEdit)
     .TooltipText = "Enter firstday of schedule week here"
End With
'There are other thing here in the code that
'create msoControl Buttons
End Sub

----------------

Thanks

Mindy
ilses (TechnicalUser)
5 Sep 01 12:14
msoControlEdit is a constant and therefore has no members. You can check this in the Object Browser (F2 in the VBE).
It does produce a "text box" of sorts, i.e. for inclusion in a toolbar. Compare it to the TextBox from the Toolbox toolbar and you'll see that this last one offers a host of properties.

IS

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