To create a new toolbar, use the Add method to add a new Toolbar object to the Toolbars collection.
The Add method requires as input the name of the toolbar to add. The name is a string of alphanumeric characters with no punctuation other than a dash (-) or an underscore (_). The name is the easiest way of identifying the toolbar within the collection.
You can change the name of a toolbar once it has been created. To change the name of an existing toolbar, use the Name property for that toolbar.
This example creates a new toolbar called âTestToolbarâ in the first menu group in the MenuGroups collection.
Dim currMenuGroup As AcadMenuGroup
Set currMenuGroup = ThisDrawing.Application.MenuGroups.Item(0)
' Create the new toolbar
Dim newToolbar As AcadToolbar
Set newToolbar = currMenuGroup.Toolbars.Add("TestToolbar")