Macros in fact are actions which we record. We can assign shortcuts to them for easy use. Check here for “How to create a macro”. If you have a Macro and often use it while working with the documents, Workbooks, Presentations or Database, you might use shortcut keys to run the Macro or the VIEW | DEVELOPER tab.
There is another way to easily use a Macro and that is creating a Command Button for the Macro. After creating a button, just a click is required to run the Macro.
Below are the Steps:
You must have a recorded macro to proceed.
I’ve tried this for MS word 2013.
Select the Quick Access Toolbar’s drop-down button and choose More Commands.
Complete the Process:
No. 1: Choose Macros from the list.
No. 2: Select the Macro that you want.
No. 3: Click “Add”.
No. 4: Check whether your macro is added to the list or not.
No. 5: Click Modify.
Assign Icon to Macro:
No.1: Select an Icon for your Macro.
No. 2: Give a name to your Command Button.
No. 3: Click “OK”.
This is the example below;