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I was given an 'xla' file that contains a macro. This macro added a toolbar to Excel. I wish to remove this toolbar but cannot figure out how to do so. Please assist.
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You can goto View, Toolbars, Customize, highlight the toolbar you want to delete and hit the delete button.

Note: the add in may programatically create the toolbar when it is loaded, so next time you start excel if the add is is enabled in tools, add-ins, the toolbar may appear again
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So simple I'm kicking myself! Thanks
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