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How do I delete Custom Ribbon Tab Created with Custom UI Editor Tool

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I created a custom ribbon tab with Excel 2007 using Custom UI editor.  I no longer can access this software due to firewall restrictions.  Now that I an using Excel 2010 I can create custom ribbon items.  How can I get rid of the custom ribbon tab created with the Custom UI Editor attached to the file.  Can I just find the XML file and delete it?  How do I find the XML file?

Thanks, Eric
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I am not aware of any way to do this. Your best bet is probably to transfer the file to machine with  Custom UI editor installed locally or request an admin do it for you

Michael
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Thanks, that is my last resort, but it looks like that's what I will do on my personal machine.
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