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Default Dropdown Menu for Macros

Is there a way to create a Dropdown List of say 15 Macros and put that
dropdown in a custom menu toolbar. The list consists of macros that open
userforms containing help text for various parts of the form fields in the
template?

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Default Dropdown Menu for Macros

Certainly. You create both the toolbar and the menu in Tools | Customize.
First create the toolbar, then add the menu, then drag the macros to the
menu.

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Is there a way to create a Dropdown List of say 15 Macros and put that
dropdown in a custom menu toolbar. The list consists of macros that open
userforms containing help text for various parts of the form fields in the
template?

Thanks to anyone who can provide any ideas.
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Ok Suzanne... that was just way to easy. Thanks so much, I was trying harder
than I needed to.

You and your team are truly awesome!
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"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

Certainly. You create both the toolbar and the menu in Tools | Customize.
First create the toolbar, then add the menu, then drag the macros to the
menu.

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

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Is there a way to create a Dropdown List of say 15 Macros and put that
dropdown in a custom menu toolbar. The list consists of macros that open
userforms containing help text for various parts of the form fields in the
template?

Thanks to anyone who can provide any ideas.
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Glad I could help--and that the minimal help I offered was sufficient for
you.

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Ok Suzanne... that was just way to easy. Thanks so much, I was trying
harder
than I needed to.

You and your team are truly awesome!
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Eric the Rookie


"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

Certainly. You create both the toolbar and the menu in Tools | Customize.
First create the toolbar, then add the menu, then drag the macros to the
menu.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"Eric" wrote in message
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Is there a way to create a Dropdown List of say 15 Macros and put that
dropdown in a custom menu toolbar. The list consists of macros that
open
userforms containing help text for various parts of the form fields in
the
template?

Thanks to anyone who can provide any ideas.
--
Eric the Rookie







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