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    I'd like to figure out some way to assign a specific style to a menu button. I typically like to reply in all e-mail with a specific style - 1/4 inch first line indent, some paragraph spacing, and a larger Arial font.
    I can get to this by clicking the styles button and selecting the style, or importing it if need be. What I'd really like to have is a button that automatically implements that specific style that I can put on the very top ribbon/command ribbon, and apply that specific style under all conditions.
    Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claus Emmer View Post
    What I'd really like to have is a button that automatically implements that specific style that I can put on the very top ribbon/command ribbon, and apply that specific style under all conditions.
    Hmmm, I still use Outlook 2003 on this PC, so it's difficult to write code for Outlook 2007/2010. For purposes of locating a button, does the message compose window have a "Quick Access Toolbar" (similar to the one in Word) where you can store your own macro buttons?

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    Yes it does, and that feature works very nicely. I'm an expeienced user, but a complete neophite with macros.

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