Application in Access, to create their ribbons at high speed. As you edit the XML, you will have the immediate result of the ribbon that is being wellness developed.

For Access 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365

(32 bits and 64 bits)

video lesson 1

video lesson 2


This example demonstrates attribute getVisible in action. To change the ribbon at runtime, use the Invalidate method or the method InvalidateControl.


Now, you will learn how to use the gets attributes, relevant to the Combobox and Dropdown controls, in order to fill the list dynamically. Will be presented two practical examples:

- Assembling a list of reports;
- Assembling a list of customers, that will serve as a filter to a form.

Example that changes the image at runtime of a gallery control, so you can have a better idea of what can be done.

This example
demonstrates getLabel attribute in action. The labels of the controls are stored in the attribute tag, as you can see in the example below:

id = "btSupplier"
imageMso = "DistributionListSelectMembers"
onAction = "mcrRibbon.mFornecedores"