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Access 2013 callback for builtin

Posted on 2014-04-17
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How do i use a call back on a built in?

The following getVisible is apparently not allowed.
<customUI xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2009/07/customui" onLoad="BackStageRibbonOnLoad">
  <backstage>
...
 <tab idMso="TabSave" getVisible="RibbonGetVisible"/>
...
  </backstage>
</customUI>

I need to invoke the Invalidate method to toggle the visibility of this tab at different times.
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Hi,

as far as I know you cannot change the behaviour of the built-in ribbons. You can insert them or remove them, that's all. But you can insert your own tab (so that you can change the visibility) and insert built-in buttons. Their behaviour is still not changeable, but now you can make the tab invisible.

Cheers,

Christian
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