How to Add Macro Buttons to the Excel Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar (Part 3 of 4). Learn how to add custom macro buttons to the Excel Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar.
This allows you to run macros from your personal macro workbook at any time, on any open workbook.
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The Excel ribbon can be customized with new Tabs, Groups, and Buttons that will run your macros.
You will also learn how to add macro buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT). The advantage here is that you can use the Alt+number key keyboard shortcuts to press a QAT button to run your macro. This makes it really fast to run a macro on any open workbook.
Other videos in this series:
How to Create a Personal Macro Workbook in Excel and Why You Need It (Part 1 of 4):
Where Is The Personal Macro Workbook Stored and How to View It (Part 2 of 4):
How to Add a Yes No Pop-up Message Box to a Macro Before it Runs (Part 4 of 4):
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