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custom UI Editor > Misleading help message

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I have a custom ribbon tab on the ribbon with a range of buttons, created via the custom UI Editor for Microsoft Office.  My users believe they can press the F1 key for direct help with the button because by default it says (a) the name of the template and (b) Press F1 for more help (see attached image).

Is there anyway to get rid of that misleading message??????
Visual Basic ClassicMicrosoft DevelopmentMicrosoft Office

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Martin Liss

8/22/2022 - Mon

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Martin Liss

Private Sub Workbook_Open()
    Application.OnKey "{F1}", "NoHelp"
End Sub

And in a regular module:

Sub NoHelp()
    MsgBox "Sorry but no help is available."
End Sub
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