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MVP Wraps Up Tips and Tricks With Office Ribbon

MVP Wraps Up Tips and Tricks With Office Ribbon

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MVP Ron de Bruin recently published the first part, of a two part guide on how you can learn tips and tricks when working with the Ribbon UI in Microsoft Office.

The first part of Ron’s guide, provides samples showing how to use the getVisible attribute to display, or hide various parts of the Office Ribbon user interface (UI). As with all Ribbon customisations, the XML markup defines the structure of the Ribbon and the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code gives each component its functionality. For more detailed information on customising the Ribbon UI, see the series of three articles entitled Customizing the 2007 Office Fluent Ribbon for Developers (Part 1 of 3). Sample workbooks containing all of the XML markup and VBA code can be downloaded from Ron’s Web site.

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  • Hi all

    I not see the link to the MSDN article in this blog post, you can also find all the information on my site (see link)

    Here is the MSDN article part 1

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee390805(office.11).aspx

    Part 2 will be online soon

  • Hi Ron,

    I checked the link above and it now links correctly your great article.

  • Hi Jas

    If you click on "Customizing the 2007 Office Fluent Ribbon for Developers (Part 1 of 3)" you go to my article but my article is named : "Display and Hide Tabs, Groups, and Controls on the Microsoft Office Ribbon (Part 1 of 2)"

    So you must add the correct link to "Customizing the 2007 Office Fluent Ribbon for Developers (Part 1 of 3)"

    That is

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa338202.aspx

    And create a new one for my article.

  • Hi Jas

    I not see my second comment, have you read it ?

  • Hi Ron,

    I've updated the link, is okay now?

    If there is anything else, that you would like me to add to this story, please let me know.

  • Hi Jas

    See comment 1 (I still miss the link to my MSDN article)

    But it is OK for me now

    There is a link to my site where also the downloads are so keep it this way.

    Have a great weekend

  • Part 2 is online

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee633442(office.11).aspx

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