Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic B: Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
Adding macros to the toolbar
Explanation
After creating a macro, you can add a button for it to the Quick Access toolbar. To do
this:
1 Open the Word Options dialog box with the Quick Access Toolbar options
displayed.
2 From the “Choose commands from” list, select Macros to display the available
macros.
3 In the list of macros, select the one you want, and click Add to move it to the
right-hand list box.
4 Click OK.
Do it!
B-3: Adding a macro to the Quick Access toolbar
Here’s how
Here’s why
1 On the Quick Access toolbar,
click
(The Open button.) The Open dialog box
appears.
This file contains a macro that you’ll add to the
Quick Access toolbar.
2 Open My custom
3 Open the Word Options dialog
box, with the Quick Access
Toolbar options displayed
4 From the “Choose commands
from” list, select Macros
The Project.NewMacros.Table macro appears in
the list.
5 In the list of macros, select
Project.NewMacros.Table
Click Add
To add the macro to the toolbar.
Click OK
6 Move the insertion point to the
end of the document
(Press Ctrl+End.) You’ll use the
Project.NewMacros.Table macro button to insert
a table.
Press e
7 On the Quick Access toolbar,
click
(The Project.NewMacros.Table button.) To run
the Table macro.
8 Update the document
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