Microsoft KB Archive/173631
WD: Macro to Dock Toolbars That Are Beyond Screen Borders
The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Word for Windows 95, versions 7.0, 7.0a
- Microsoft Word for Windows, versions 6.0, 6.0a, 6.0c
This article contains a WordBasic macro to dock (move) any active toolbars that are not visible on screen to the top of the active Microsoft Word window.
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This WordBasic macro lists the names of all toolbars in Word, and then prompts the user to enter the name of the missing toolbar.
Sub MAIN ' Create new document for inserting toolbar names. FileNewDefault ' Loop through all toolbars in Normal template. For i = 1 To CountToolbars(0) ' Insert toolbar names into documents. Insert ToolbarName$(i) + Chr$(13) Next i ' Build variable for prompt. msg$= "Type the missing Toolbar name from the list at " msg$= msg$ + "the left of this Dialog box then click OK." ' If Cancel is selected or incorrect info is entered that ' would cause an error, trap the error and resume to next line. On Error Resume Next ' Display InputBox to get name of toolbar to dock. Lostbar$ = InputBox$(msg$) ' Dock the toolbar. MoveToolbar Lostbar$, 1, 10, 100 ' Close the document created earlier. FileClose 2 End Sub
To dock a single toolbar, type the following WordBasic command in a blank macro window and then run the macro
MoveToolBar "<toolbar name>",1,10,100
where <toolbar name> is the name of the toolbar displayed in the View Toolbars dialog box.
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Last Reviewed: December 29, 2000