Last modified: December 06, 2011
Applies to: Office 2013 | VBA
Contains buttons that are shortcuts to some commonly used menu items. Frequently used when editing code.
You can click a toolbar button once to carry out the action represented by that button. You can select the Show ToolTips option in the General tab of the Options dialog box if you want to display ToolTips for the toolbar buttons.
Opens a box in the code window that contains the properties and methods available for the object that precedes the period (.).
Opens a box in the Code window that contains the constants that are valid choices for the property you typed and that precede the equals sign (=).
Provides the syntax for a variable, function, method, or procedure based on the location of your pointer within the name of the function, method, or procedure.
Shows a popup in the Code window that contains information about the parameters of the function in which the pointer is located.
Accepts the characters that Visual Basic automatically adds to the word you are typing.
Shifts all lines in the selection to the next tab stop.
Shifts all lines in the selection to the previous tab stop.
Sets or removes a breakpoint at the current line.
Adds comment character to the beginning of each line of a selected block of text.
Removes the comment character from each line of a selected block of text.
Toggles a bookmark on or off for the active line in the Code window.
Moves the focus to the next bookmark in the bookmark stack.
Moves the focus to the previous bookmark in the bookmark stack.
Clear All Bookmarks
Removes all bookmarks.