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Author Martin, Robert, 1972-

Title RibbonX : Customizing the Office 2007 Ribbon
Published Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2008
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Description 1 online resource (688 pages)
Contents RibbonX; About the Authors; Credits; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Overview of the Book and Technology; How This Book Is Organized; Why Read This Book; Tools You Will Need; What's on the Website; Congratulations; Part I: The Building Blocks for a Successful Customization; Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Office User Interface; Chapter 2: Accessing the UI Customization Layer; Chapter 3: Understanding XML; Chapter 4: Introducing Visual Basic for Applications (VBA); Chapter 5: Callbacks: The Key to Adding Functionality to Your Custom UI; Chapter 6: RibbonX Basic Controls
Chapter 7: comboBox and dropDown ControlsChapter 8: Custom Pictures and Galleries; Chapter 9: Creating Menus; Chapter 10: Formatting Elements; Chapter 11: Using Controls and Attributes to Help Your Users; Part II: Advanced Concepts in Ribbon Customization; Chapter 12: Advanced VBA Techniques; Chapter 13: Overriding Built-in Controls in the Ribbon; Chapter 14: Customizing the Office Menu and the QAT; Chapter 15: Working with Contextua
Summary The Ribbon has replaced the traditional menu bar and toolbars and requires a set of skills for customizing. This book includes instructions and examples demonstrating how to customize the Ribbon using VBA, XML, Access, Excel, and Word. It covers the relevant aspects of security and contains real-world code examples
Notes Print version record
Form Electronic book
Author Hennig, Teresa, 1958-
Puls, Ken, 1973-
ISBN 0470288523 (electronic bk.)
9780470288528 (electronic bk.)