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  • Re: How do you save a sort in Excel?

    Have any of you tried using Custom Views to get what you need? You can set up the sheet with the filters and sort options that you want, save a Custom View, and then move on to the next custom sort/filter, and generate the next Custom View, and so on. For Ribbon users, go to the View tab and click on...
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by eccohawk on Thu, Oct 13 2011
  • RibbonX question

    L.S. I would like the code for a button like the Paste button in the Clipboard Group on the Home tab. A button which you can click but also with extra options in a drop down. Can someone please hint me in the good direction thnx
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by kaak on Mon, Mar 1 2010
  • Re: Ribbon - Gallery - Label

    So couple of more limitations of the great Ribbon 1. Gallery Lables cant be set to False 2. Groups can be added only to the QAT and not to custom tab
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by sam on Sat, Nov 15 2008
  • Re: Ribbon - Gallery - Label

    Hi Andy... Yes I did the same thing... Group Button : - Example on the Home Tab you have for Example "Clipboard" group - If You right Click and say Add to QAT - It is reduced to a single Group control button... I want to add a built in group control to a Toolbar on a Custom Tab
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by sam on Thu, Nov 13 2008
  • Ribbon - Gallery - Label

    Two Questions 1) Does any one know Why this bit of XML does not give the expected results - It continues to displays the Label <gallery idMso="ControlsGallery" showLabel="false"/> 2) How Do you add a Group Button to a Toolbar on a Custom Tab TIA Sam
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by sam on Thu, Nov 13 2008
  • Deployment of programs and replacement for 2003 Toolbars

    In Office 2003 and previous versions I have successfully used custom toolbars for users who need to use custom controls across multiple workbooks. For example, a user might open FileX, change a couple settings on the toolbar and then run an ODBC import from Oracle into FileX. User would then close FileX...
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by xp3 on Tue, Apr 29 2008
  • Re: Disabling items on the ribbon

    Those comments are almost identical to the comments in the CMS that I use (ExpressionEngine) so that should be easy to remember. Thanks again Nick. Much appreciated. Tim
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by mayest on Fri, Mar 21 2008
  • Re: Disabling items on the ribbon

    Nick, That makes perfect sense. I was planning to try a few callbacks later today so I'll definitely give that a shot. Do you know if it is possible to add comments to the xml in CustomUI? I can easily see me revisiting my new exam template six months from now and having to completely relearn what...
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by mayest on Fri, Mar 21 2008
  • Re: Disabling items on the ribbon

    Nick, Excellent! Thanks for that. It works perfectly. So, how does one know when to use <commands> and when to use <menu> or <button>? SheetMoveOrCopy is listed as a button in the ExcelRibbonControls.xlsx worksheet from Microsoft. There must be some logic to this, and you seem to have...
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by mayest on Fri, Mar 21 2008
  • Re: Disabling items on the ribbon

    Tim You need the commands attribute of the customUI (as explained in step 3), so something like... < customUI xmlns ="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2006/01/customui" > < commands > < command idMso ="SheetMoveOrCopy" enabled ="false" /> </ commands...
    Posted to Excel 2007 and 2010 (Forum) by Nick Hodge on Thu, Mar 20 2008
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