Toolbars

2077delta

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I have a macro that creates a floating toolbar when the file is opened. The toolbar has icons only. Is the a way to have the toolbar line up the icons vertically instead of horizontally? You know, like the $%^&*# (pardon the language) Office Shortcut Toolbar.
 

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Juan Pablo González

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I believe you have to adjust the width property of the toolbar in order to make it look like it's vertical instead of horizontal.
 
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