Top Example

Using Programming Languages other than VBA

Sub Example_Top()
	' This example creates a new toolbar called and inserts a
	' button into it. The toolbar is then displayed and the top
	' position is returned.
	' To remove the toolbar after execution of this macro, use the Customize Menu
	' option from the Tools menu.

	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")

	' Add a button to the new toolbar.
	Dim newButton1 As AcadToolbarItem
	Dim openMacro As String

	' Assign the macro string the VB equivalent of "ESC ESC _open "
	openMacro = Chr(3) & Chr(3) & Chr(95) & "open" & Chr(32)

	Set newButton1 = newToolBar.AddToolbarButton("", "NewButton1", "Open a file.", openMacro)

	' Display the toolbar
	newToolBar.Visible = True

	'Find the top position
	Dim currTop As Integer
	currTop = newToolBar.Top
	MsgBox "The current value of Top is " & newToolBar.Top, , "Top Example"

	' Change the value of Top
	newToolBar.Top = currTop + 100
	MsgBox "The new value of Top is " & newToolBar.Top, , "Top Example"

	' Reset the value of Top
	newToolBar.Top = currTop
	MsgBox "The value of Top has been reset to " & newToolBar.Top, , "Top Example"

End Sub