Run userform from outlook toolbar button

Posted on 2009-02-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

I have two questions:

1. I have designed outlook user form. Now I want to put button say XXX in outlook toolbar and when I click that button it should run my form.

2. If I have two files names file1.frm and file2.frx(generated by exporting above user form) and now I want to install it on other machine.

Could any one please help me on this.

Question by:deshaw
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    Expert Comment

    by:Chris Bottomley
    What version ... 2007 or earlier?

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    Author Comment

    its 2003...
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    Accepted Solution


    1. Put a button in OL toolbar
    a. Create a macro with command
    b. Right click tool bar area and select customize
    c. Select commands tab
    d. Sedlect Macro category
    e. Select the run macro from a.
    f. Drag the macro to a menu
    g. Close the customize menu
    h. If you want to rename button, with customize open right click the button.

    2. Upload to alternate machine
    a. On the alternate machine, load VBE.
    b. File | import file and navigate to where the form files are stored, select them and import.


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