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aligining buttons

Posted on 2011-02-17
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I have macro buttons which i want to perfectly aliggn between AB+AC

I cant find anything on the format control so i am wondering is there a little sub i could run to keep them exactly so many CM from edge of WS, there all the same size (format control) but not exactly in line with each other. There stacked on top of each other

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Seamus
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Add the Align button menu on the Drawing Tools tab to the Quick Access Toolbar.

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if you right click each button in turn, you are able to select Properties.

Within the list of properties is a LEFT setting

You can set each one as the same (it also has a width property too).
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Please take a look at the attached image...
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Well I'll be!
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I cant find this guys! Im 2003 and a little dozy!
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Sorry...you didn't mentioned the Excel version! This is for Excel 2007/2010!
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Its telling me to select multiple objects but i cant seem to select multiple buttons? im using control and select but to no avail?
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To select multiple controls you have to hold the Ctrl key down while clicking on the object!
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Perfect!!
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