CommandBarButton.SetFocus Method (Office)
Moves the keyboard focus to the specified CommandBarButton control. If the button is disabled or isn't visible, this method will fail.
The use of CommandBars in some Microsoft Office applications has been superseded by the new ribbon component of the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface. For more information, search Help for the keyword "ribbon."
expression A variable that represents a CommandBarButton object.
The focus on the control is subtle. After you use this method, you will notice a three dimensional highlight on the control. Pressing the arrow keys will navigate in the toolbars, as if you had arrived at the control by pressing only keyboard controls.
This example creates a command bar named "Custom" and adds a ComboBox control and a Button control to it. The example then uses the SetFocus method to set the focus to the ComboBox control.
Set focusBar = CommandBars.Add(Name:="Custom") With CommandBars("Custom") .Visible = True .Position = msoBarTop End With Set testComboBox = CommandBars("Custom").Controls _ .Add(Type:=msoControlComboBox, ID:=1) With testComboBox .AddItem "First Item", 1 .AddItem "Second Item", 2 End With Set testButton = CommandBars("Custom").Controls _ .Add(Type:=msoControlButton) testButton.FaceId = 17 ' Set the focus to the combo box. testComboBox.SetFocus