How to make macro an image in outlook 2003

Posted on 2009-04-21
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How do you make a macro an image in outlook 2003?
Question by:Darkejo1
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David Lee earned 2000 total points
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Hi, Darkejo1.

Here's how to do this.

1.  Click View > Toolbars > Customize
2.  Click the Rearrange Commands button
3.  When the Rearrange Commands dialog-box appears select the Toolbar radio-button, then select the toolbar containing your button from the pulldown menu
4.  Select your button under Controls.
5.  Click the Modify Selection button and select Change Button Image.  

The image selection is pretty poor.  If you want to use an existing button's image, then you can copy and paste it.  If you really don't like the selections at all, then I can show you another way to add a button through code that gives you many more choices for an image.

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