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Posted on 2011-09-14
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Peter57 kindly helped me before with this code

<group id="dbCustomGroup2" label="Another Custom Group">
          <control idMso="ViewsFormView" label="form view" enabled="true"/>
          <control idMso="ViewsDatasheetView" label="datasheetl" enabled="true"/>
        </group>

and it worked fantastically, I would like to know where I can obtain the exact control idMso for other buttons, i.e. I want to put sort A to Z and Z to A on the ribbon, is there somewhere I can go to find these.  Many thanks
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This download from Microsoft is a collection of many spreadsheets with the msoIDs of ALL of the ribbon controls:
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=3582
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If you go to File>options and CustomizeRibbon, all the entries on the left hand side will show a controltip which has the idmso code as the final text.
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Oout of that collection of files, the one that is applicable to what you are doing is AccessRibbonControls.xlsx.
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Thanks so much
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