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Outlook 2010 duplicate / create new quick steps table in ribbon

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quick stepsHello,

Is it possible to to duplicate or create field similar to "quick steps" at ribbon in Outlook 2010?
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Question by:Pawel Kowalczyk
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Thank you for your reply, unfortunately It is only instruction how to mange Quick Steps, i would like to get another "filed / table" where i can put more buttons with quick steps.
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You can customize your ribbon using the Customize the Ribbon window
  1. File --> Options
  2. Select the HOME TAB
  3. and the Create a NEW GROUP
  4. Rename your NEW GROUP
  5. Place all commands you want in your new group
  6. Press OK

If you want to programmatically create ribbon customizations see MSDN directions
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb226712(v=office.12).aspx
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Good comments and options provided but no feedback by the author
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