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Microsoft Office tool bars

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hey guys, I'm wanting to write a program that working with the Microsoft Office suite that will allow me to add a tool bar to in Office.  I want the tool bar to do things like send documents over the network for document managment and a number of other things.  Any links or code would really help, I've never programed for Office before.


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Here's your starter for programatically creating a temporary CommandBar and a button on it. It's been tested in Word VBA.

Dim Button As CommandBarButton
CommandBars.Add "MyBar", , , True
Set Button = CommandBars("MyBar").Controls.Add(Type:=msoControlButton)
Button.OnAction = "MyMacro"
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