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How To Add A Button To Office 2007 Ribbon

By Sujay Vilash ·
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I would like to add a button to the Office 2007 ribbon and than apply a macro to it, just like in the previous editions of Office. However, I can not work out how to do this. Can someone please help ? Thanking all in advance.

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how to add push buttons inside the MS office 2007 ribbon button

by yonimariam In reply to How To Add A Button To Of ...

this is the same question i was asking for long time. if somebody have any idea please forward to us. thanks.

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Adding Macro Buttons

by SouthBayTechWriter In reply to how to add push buttons i ...

I have not found a way to adda button to the ribbon, but I can add them to the Quick Access Toolbar.
Create your Macro first, then Open the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar and select More Commands. (Or open the Program Options and choose Customize on the left)
From that dialog box, Choose Macros from the Choose Commands From list on the left side.
Select your Macro from the list and click Add to put a button for it on the QA bar.
Click Modify on the right side to select a different Icon and change teh display name.

Good luck!
~Melissa Campbell
SouthBayTechWriter@Techie.com

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