Custom Macro Tool Bar Button

keepitfrozen

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I've created some simple macro's to format some of my reports but I would love to create a custom menu and assign a shortcut to each macro for each access to the macro.

I'm not sure if this is an easy thing to accomplish for a rookie like me.

thanks,

Mark
 

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Go tools, customise, toolbars, new, enter a name and add. You can then customise this new toolbar by right clicking, commands, macros, custom button and drag the button onto the new toolbar. Right click the button and this gives you the option to change the icon, and amongst other things assign a macro.

HTH

Tony
 
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