Finding Face ID Numbers for Your Office 97 Toolbars Sample

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The ability to create custom toolbars is one of the great features of Microsoft? Office 97. Custom toolbars, also called command bars, are integral to most Office-based solutions.
  • Version:

    1.0

    File Name:

    5265.exe

    Date Published:

    8/29/2012

    File Size:

    52 KB

      The ability to create custom toolbars is one of the great features of Microsoft? Office 97. Custom toolbars, also called command bars, are integral to most Office-based solutions. Choosing appropriate images, or icons, for your button faces helps make the function of each toolbar button self-explanatory. This article explains how to find the face ID numbers (values for the FaceID property) that correspond to the button images you use on Office toolbars you've created programmatically.
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

      Office 97 or higher
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    • The ability to create custom toolbars is one of the great features of Microsoft? Office 97. Custom toolbars, also called command bars, are integral to most Office-based solutions. Choosing appropriate images, or icons, for your button faces helps make the function of each toolbar button self-explanatory. This article explains how to find the face ID numbers (values for the FaceID property) that correspond to the button images you use on Office toolbars you've created programmatically.