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Old 01-26-2011, 05:20 PM
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In Office 2003 you could customize the toolbar buttons and link a button to specific images, so you could just click that insert image button and it would insert a specific image.


I cant find a way to do this in 2010, is it possible?
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Hi ampsman.

Presumably the button was connected to a macro that did the work. You can do the same sort of thing in Word 2010. If you imported the 'Normal' template from your old system (which is where I suspect the macros were kept), the buttons would now appear on the 'Addins' tab on the Ribbon.
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I did import my normal.dot file and some items show up under add-ins but not my toolbar that contained my linked images.
All I was doing in the previous version of Word was add a new insert-image toolbar button and then going to customize and assigning a hyperlink and then navigating to the image I want to associate the button with.
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Hi ampsman.

Have you checked that the macro that did the work is in your Normal template?
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