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Removing button from Excel spreadsheet - Excel 2007

Posted on 2011-03-03
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I have a spreadsheet which has a button control.  I hae put an Exit Sub in the module so it will not execute.  I would like to remove the button.  I can't seem to bring up properties or any options when I hover over it.  I can I delete the button.  The worksheet is in "unprotect" mode.
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To delete the button, show the Control Toolbox toolbar, select Design Mode, select the button and cut/delete the button.

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Sorry for 2007:

Go to the Developer tab (If you not see this go to Office Button>Excel Options....Popular), Click on the Design mode button thneDelete the button, Click again on the Design Mode button

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