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How to find a customized tab in Word 2010 that was created in Word 2003

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Hi,

I have a customized tab with many customized buttons, which was developed by someone using Word 2003 to create a template with some forms (VBA). Now, I need to add a new button in this tab, but I cannot find it. I tried to go to Options/ Customize Ribbon/ All Tabs but it didn't appear there in order for me to customize the new button.

How to find it?

Any help will be much appreciated.
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