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exporting toolbar settings to a new computer

Postby barry milliken » Tue, 20 Feb 2007 10:58:30 GMT

I've made extensive customizations to my tookbars.
How do I move them to a new computer when I install Visio 2003??




Re: exporting toolbar settings to a new computer

Postby Michel LAPLANE » Tue, 20 Feb 2007 17:41:31 GMT

You can use the SaveToFile Method of the UIObject . Look at the Visio Sdk 
help, there are some vba code that can help
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Re: exporting toolbar settings to a new computer

Postby Ray Batig » Sat, 24 Feb 2007 12:12:36 GMT

Barry,
I found this reference: When you create a custom toolbar or modify an 
existing toolbar, the changes are stored in the Microsoft Visio Custom 
Toolbars file (Custom.vsu).

Simply copy the file to your new machine in the proper directory.









Re: exporting toolbar settings to a new computer

Postby barry milliken » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 06:30:10 GMT

I did not find any .vsu file.  Instead there is a .pip file wchich is 
supposed to store customized toolbars.
I tried to copy to the "user/ppdata/local/office/visio" folder in my new 
vista machine.
But it has no effect.













Re: exporting toolbar settings to a new computer

Postby Michel LAPLANE » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 18:26:03 GMT

When you use the savetofile method Visio creates a .vsu file.

I remenber, it was possible to create this file directly from Visio IHM in 
version earlier than 2002. Unfortunately it is not available with newer 
version.

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