Quick Access Toolbar - Addins?

Mr Retirement

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Hello - does anyone know if it is possible to enable/disable add-ins from a shortcut button on the quick access toolbar?

Thanks,
Mr R
 

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Jeffrey Mahoney

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Here are two macros that do the work. All you have to do is create a QAT link to these by selecting "Choose Commands From" Macros. You'll, of course, have to replace the below addin name with the name of your addin.

Code:
Sub EnableAddin()
    AddIns("Mrexcelhtmlmaker20170807").Installed = True
End Sub


Sub DisableAddin()
  AddIns("Mrexcelhtmlmaker20170807").Installed = False
End Sub
 

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