Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
What Makes a Good Utility?
Figure 16-8: The Ribbon contains a new group in the Home tab.
Figure 16-9 shows the RibbonX code in the Custom UI Editor.
Figure 16-9: Using the Custom UI Editor to provide a way to execute the utility from the Ribbon.
When a workbook has a customized Ribbon, the Ribbon customizations appear only
when that workbook is active. But, fortunately, there is an exception to this rule. When
the Ribbon customization is contained in an XLAM add-in file (as in this example), the
Ribbon modifications appear as long as the add-in file is opened, regardless of which
workbook is active.