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Delete Macro button from Toolbar

Posted on 2004-09-29
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How do you delete a macro button from a Toolbar if you have already deleted the macros?

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Steve
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Question by:semm17
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Hold the Alt key and drag it down into the document area.
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by:leslynf
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Right click in the toolbar area and pick Customize (or go to View, Toolbars, Customize), then grab the unwanted button with you mouse and pull it off of the toolbar.

Voilah! It's gone. Close the Customize dialog box and you are set.

Leslyn :)
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by:semm17
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Thanks for the suggestions the first one was extremely easy!!

I completely forgot about the customize dialog

Steve
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Thanks, Steve!
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