Can I add a function (HLOOKUP) to an existing toolbar?

johnrtorres

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I would like to put specific functions on the toolbar and go directly to HLOOKUP or VLOOKUP.

Can this be done?

Thanks!
 

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BrianB

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Don't know what you mean. Please be more specific.
Sounds like you need to write a macro and but a button on a toolbar to run it (?)
 

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