Assign Macro - sure this is simple!!

Andrewrx

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Aug 12, 2002
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When i place a command button on my spread sheet and then right click, the short cut menu does not have the Assign Macro option.
I'm sure it use to!

How can I get it back?

thanks
 

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stevebausch

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Using the wrong button, perhaps?

There are Forms controls,and Toolbox controls.
 

DonkeyOte

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for the other button type - right click - view code - and enter Macro Name. Has the same effect.
 
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