How to assign a button to a specified macro in Outlook?
You may create macros in Outlook for achieving some operations for easing your work. Meanwhile, assigning buttons to corresponding macros can help you to run the code quickly and easily. This article will show you how to assign a button to a specified macro in outlook with details.
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Please do as follows step by step to assign a button to a specified macro in Outlook.
1. After creating macro in Outlook please click the Customize Quick Access Toolbar button and select More Commands from the drop-down list. See screenshot:
2. In the Outlook Options dialog box, you need to:
5.1 Select Macros from the Choose commands from drop-down list;
5.2 Select the macro name you want to assign button in the commands box;
5.3 Click the Add button;
5.4 Keep selecting the macro name in the right Customize Quick Access Toolbar box, and then click the Modify button;
5.5 Select a modify button for the macro and then click the OK button;
5.6 Click the OK button to close the Outlook Options dialog box. See screenshot:
3. Then the button which represents a specified macro is showing on the Quick Access Toolbar. Click on the button, and the macro is running immediately. See screenshot:
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