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Creating Excel Custom Controls

With your custom tab added to the Ribbon and populated with at least one custom group, you're ready to bring your RibbonX extensions into the realm of the practical by adding controls that actually perform actions. The rest of this tutorial takes you through the three most common control types supported by the Ribbon interface: buttons, menus, and split buttons. You'll learn the RibbonX XML code required to add and configure each control, as well as the VBA code needed to make a control perform an action.