Word 2010: Where do you store macros?

Hi All,

We've recently upgraded from word 2003 to 2010.

Several users had custom menus that they stored their Macros in.  is there a way to do this in Word 2010.  I did suggest the Quick Action Toolbar, however i can only get this to run macros via image icons, which isn't very informative on what they do.
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Unless you are (unlike me) into XML and add-ins, that is the simplest way of doing it. You can still assign a short-cut keystroke to a macro.

The best advice (which I have yet to take) is to download a ribbon editor (such as http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa942866.aspx), and learn how to use it.
 
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Ivano ViolaSystem AdministratorCommented:
How about creating a custom tab to store your Macros?
See below:
 New Tabhttp://www.howtogeek.com/howto/12337/create-a-customized-tab-on-the-office-2010-ribbon/

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Michael FowlerSolutions ConsultantCommented:
Custom Menu items will appear in the add-ins tab

Michael
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dlc110161Commented:
If you build your macro toolbar in 2003 and add the macro template .dot to your global template (Developer Tab, Document Template) then the toolbar will be listed under the Add-ins tab and the macros will continue to run.

This is the quick and easy method. After that, you can work on building a Custom Ribbon Tab and add the macros to that using the Customize Ribbon option. (File, Options, Customize Ribbon) Custom macros have to sit in a Custom Tab which you can name whatever you want.

Hope that helps.
Dawn Bleuel
Word MVP Customize Ribbon with a Macro added
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