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Deletes a control tagged "MyMenu2"

Sub DeleteMyMenu2() 
    Dim cbc As CommandBarControl 

    Set cbc = Application.CommandBars.FindControl(Tag:="tagName") 

    If Not cbc Is Nothing Then 
    End If 

    Set cbc = Nothing 
End Sub 


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