You have been following our Macro tutorials and are becoming an expert in no time!

What if there’s a macro that you’re using all of the time, day in, day out? We can add a macro to the Quick Access Toolbar Ribbon in Excel for easy access!

Make sure your Excel ribbon has the Developer Tab enabled following this tutorial.

I explain how you can do this below, so download the file below which has our sample macro inside the Excel Workbook.

The sample macro (Macro2) will set your selected text to yellow, bold and italic:

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How to Add a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel

 

STEP 1: Right click on the top Ribbon and select Customize Quick Access Toolbar.

How to Add a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel

 

 

STEP 2: On Choose commands from, select Macros from the drop down.

Select Macro2 and click Add >>

How to Add a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel

 

On the right side, make sure Macro2 is selected and click on Modify.

Select any Symbol that you like to represent this macro and click OK.

How to Add a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel

 

Click OK to finish the setup.

How to Add a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel

 

STEP 3: Now let us try out the macro in action!

Select a range of cells, and try out your new Quick Access Toolbar button!

How to Add a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel

That was easy! Now you can access your macro with just one click!

How to Add a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel

 

How to Add a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar Ribbon in Excel

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