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Returns the ID for a built-in command bar control. Read-only.
A control's ID determines the built-in action for that control. The value of the id property for all
custom controls is 1.
Returns the distance (in pixels) from the left edge of the specified command bar or command
bar control to the left edge of the screen. Returns the distance from the left side of the docking
Returns or sets the caption text for a command bar control. Read/write.
Returns or sets the name of a Visual Basic procedure that will run when the user clicks or
changes the value of a command bar control. Read/write.
Returns or sets a string that an application can use to execute a command. Read/write.
If the specified parameter is set for a built-in control, the application can modify its default
behavior if it can parse and use the new value. If the parameter is set for custom controls, it
can be used to send information to Visual Basic procedures, or it can be used to hold
information about the control (similar to a second tag property value).
Returns or sets the priority of a command bar control. A control's priority determines whether
the control can be dropped from a docked command bar if the command bar controls can't fit
in a single row. Read/write.
Valid priority numbers are 0 (zero) through 7. Special priority numbers are 0 and 1. A priority
of 0 indicates an "automatic" value, which means a number is assigned based on the type of
control. A priority of 1 means the control cannot be dropped.
Returns or sets information about the command bar control, such as data that can be used as
an argument in procedures, or information that identifies the control. Read/write.
Returns or sets the text displayed in a command bar control's ScreenTip. Read/write.
Returns or sets the distance (in pixels) from the top edge of the specified command bar or
command bar control to the top edge of the screen. For docked command bars, this property
returns or sets the distance from the command bar to the top of the docking area. Read-only.
True if a command bar or command bar control is visible. Read/write.