Pass arguments to macros from buttons and menus using VBA in Microsoft Excel

The example below shows how you can create CommandBar buttons/menus that passes one or more arguments to a macro.
the example also shows how you can add a new item to the Cell shortcut menu.

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  1. “This code worked fine with Excel 97:
    .OnAction = “”‘MyMacroName2 “””””” & .Caption & “”””””‘””
    Do you have any idea what does it takes for Excel 2002?”

    • Excel 2010:
      .OnAction = ThisWorkbook.Name & “!” & “‘” & MyMacroName2 & ” ” & Chr(34) & .Caption & Chr(34) & Chr(39)

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