Toolbars Tab (Customize Dialog Box)
Last modified: December 06, 2011
Applies to: Office 2013 | VBA
Allows you to create, rename, delete, and reset your toolbars,
Displays the toolbars built into Visual Basic and any toolbars you create. When you show a toolbar, a check mark appears to the left of it.
The Menu bar cannot be hidden. It can only be reset.
Opens the New Toolbar dialog box where you type the name for your new toolbar in the Toolbar Name box.
Opens the Rename Toolbar dialog box where you type the new name for your toolbar. Only available if you select a user-defined toolbar.
Deletes a user-defined toolbar from your project. Only available if you select a user-defined toolbar.
Removes any changes to the built-in toolbars and resets them to their original state. Only available if you select a built-in toolbar.