move code to log file from source workbook

I would like to move the code developed in the question below(see link) so it works from the log file rather than the original source.

Read the development from the previous question for a full understanding.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28693226/Macro-change-work-sheet-name-create-hyperlink.html

Thanks
Mike
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Hi Mike I'll have a look and be back in touch soon.

Do you want a button on the Ribbon to call the code like your previous project?
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mikes6058Author Commented:
Hi Roy,

Thanks for the update, yes please that sounds like a good idea.

Mike
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Hi Mike

Take a look at this

I've added a Tab to the Ribbon, currently with 4 buttons

Button 1 - acts a s a navigator with a drop down list of sheets in the workbook,  Pick one and it will be selected.
Button 2 - imports any meeting file you select
Button 3 - creates a blank meeting form in the Log for completion.
Button 4 - writes the completed form to the log sheet
Supplier-Meetings-status--3-.xlsm
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