I have been struggling to get my Add-in menu as a new menu-item in the top-level menu bar (with items like File, Tools etc).
I have read the Addin.doc, it states that adding \n before the description would add a new top level menu-item. But this doesn't work. Putting this to the Addin's Description doesn't work either.
I have looked through the code of Jason's templates to see if anything was there, but I can't seem to find it.
Does anyone know how to get a new menu entry? I am using VB6.
Edit: Finally got it to work, using the \n in the Addin's description didn't work for me. But using the line feed character Chr(10) worked.
Posted by: T. JissinkPost date: 10/1/2009 8:47:24 PM
The "\n" is c++. The equivalent in VB, as you found is chr(10).
Posted by: R.D. HollandPost date: 1/26/2010 5:06:47 AM