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Removing Custom Ribbon when saving to Macro Free Workbook

Removing Custom Ribbon when saving to Macro Free Workbook

Removing Custom Ribbon when saving to Macro Free Workbook

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Hiya,

Just wondering if anyone can help with the following....I am adding a custom tab to my excel document, this is done by using the customUI editor. What i am wanting is to generate a copy of my workbook without Macro's. This works fine until i added the custom ribbon in. The ribbon xml hooks up the onload and getVisable to Macros in the workbook, but as you can imagine if i then generate a macro free version the ribbon is still looking for those macro's which it can't find as it is now a macro free workbook.

So my question are:

1. Can i restore a default ribbon via vba? I initially just hid the custom tab but obviously that doesn't clear the issue
2. can i programatically add a ribbon on opening of the macro workbook? I know that would take more processing but again if it is possible i can do that in the background whilst a splash screen loads etc.
3. Any other suggestions that people might have

Thanks in advance

Regards

J.

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