Access 2007 - Edit Custom Toolbar

I Feel a right Plonker having to ask a simple question but MS in their 2007 range of products have turned intellignet IT professional into users with some of the things we need to ask

I am using a Custom Toolbar with my Access 2007 Application (under Addins) and I hate the ribbon like most other people

I now want to amend the custom toolbar by changing one of its items, addign or deleting and I am stuck

I have now browsed for 1 hour the EE and Google, Blogs and now resort to asking this question

I expect there is a simple answer hidden in the most obscure unintelligent place which will prove MS people do have Sense Of Humours

Thanks in adavnce (Embarrassed Developer)
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database Architect / Systems AnalystCommented:
This may help:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa722523.aspx

Also, you may find this interesting:

http://www.addintools.com/     '**** Bring back Office/Access 2003 menus.

Everyone I know hates the Ribbons.  This was a VERY bad idea on M$'s part .... and clearly not well thought out as to what the ramifications would be!  Shame on M$!!!

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Wizard_ITMDAuthor Commented:
I've already looked at these in passing

I would much prefer an answer or the "Not Possible without SH** loads of work"

I assume from your stock response there is no easy answer and MS must be stupid

Paul
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