You can save your workbook as an addin (*.xla). The provide the user someway of
running those macros.
For additions to the worksheet menu bar, I really like the way John Walkenbach
does it in his menumaker workbook:
Here's how I do it when I want a toolbar:
(from Debra Dalgleish's site)
And if you use xl2007:
If you want to learn about modifying the ribbon, you can start at Ron de Bruin's
http://www.rondebruin.nl/qat.htm -- For macros for all workbooks (saved as an
In xl2007, those toolbars and menu modifications will show up under the addins.
> how to create application-wide macros?
> I have general purpose macros, for example, toc-generator based on tab
> names and hyperlink them to each page.
> do I have to view-code and create the macros every time I want to attach