I have worked with a .NET based application before with a SwfToolbar object.
You need to get into the properties of the SwfToolbar and find the different Properties and Collections that may be contained there. One property (if present) to look at is ''CommandHolder'', and/or also the ''CommandLinks''. This will give you a listing of the associated command objects to that parent.
In my case I use this to pick apart the Menubar area/object I have in my application. My statement would look like:
iMenuCnt = .SwfObject(''swfname:=formMenu'').Object.CommandHolder.Commands.count
sInfo = ''Total Number of Menu Items = '' & iMenuCnt
For Cnt = 0 to iMenuCnt -1
sText = .SwfObject(''formMenu'').Object.CommandHolder.Commands.Item(Cnt).Text
sEnabled = .SwfObject(''formMenu'').Object.CommandHolder.Commands.Item(Cnt).Enabled
sInfo = sInfo & ''Menu Item: '' & sText & '' , Enabled Status: '' & sEnabled & vbCRLF
(There's a 'With' statement block around it with the main window (SwfWindow) as the reference, and the Cnt is part of a loop that provides the index value in the collection to get the 'Text' information from.)