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Excel Add-In Ribbon - how to not include with other add-ins

Posted on 2011-09-12
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Hi

In VSTO I have an Excel 2007 Add-In that loads in a ribbon with other add-ins.
What do I need to change so that it appears in its own ribbon?

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In the ribbon properties, change the ControlType property from "Office" to "Custom" (you may need to expand the ControlID node); set the ControlID to something other than "TabAddins". Your controls should then appear on a different tab.

Pete
Xenacode Ltd
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Thanks Pete. Worked well
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