MontaRibbons v.7.0 - Full Wizard to create ribbons in Microsoft Access
This is the first tool in the world, developed in Ms Access, for the configuration and creation of custom ribbons. It was planned with all the resources needed to build ribbons, in a fast and fun way. It also has a mechanism that assists in the writing of the XML used, avoiding typos and having to memorize names of controls and attributes.
Watch the video classes offered here and start using MontaRibbons! With this, you will be able to develop ribbons and will have a different classification on the market!
Using ribbons, you'll be providing a better design to your application , increasing sales of its products and services ,and may even raise prices, with absolute safety
See an image of MontaRibbons:
As you edit the XML, you will have the immediate result of the ribbon that is being developed.
Must I have some experience with XML?
None! While studying the articles and video classes, you will become familiar with the controls and attributes used, without having to memorize anything, because MontaRibbons is responsible for writing XML.
What is the difference between your wizard and others?
My wizard, besides being an excellent assembly tool, is also a learning tool. Unlike other wizards, MontaRibbons puts you in direct contact with the XML so that you become familiar with writing and with the architecture used. So it’s the only real tool that you can find on the market, and that will help you learn.
Everything you need in one place.
That's right, all you need in one place! As an example, we have access to the image gallery and the list of names of all the internal controls of the Office.
See in the figure, the access to the image gallery:
You will be getting a complete package to learn.
By acquiring MontaRibbons you'll be taking a complete educational package, with videos classes and articles included. And when I release new videos and articles, you will receive the updates.
Watch the videos in this screen:
The articles screen:
Does it work for Access 2010, Access 2013 and Access 2016 - 32 bits and 64 bits ?
Yes! This version of MontaRibbons was reshaped to meet the new requirements of the ribbons development, mainly to meet the personalization of the File button area (backstage), as you can see below:
With the new backstage control of the XML, we can then reshape the entire area of the File button, if we wish.
What is the value of the License Agreement for MontaRibbons ?
The value is US$ 35.00
How do I buy?
Click here to open the purchase screen.
Note: Download and test the application before making the purchase.
Can I try before buying?
Yes! You can test it for some time before the block. The videos, articles and Export button will be accessible only for those who acquire the License Agreement for MontaRibbons
* Office 2007 must be updated with the package SP3 (Service Pack 3 provides the latest updates to the application package Office 2007). If it’s not updated, visit the link below to make the package download.
* Office 2010 must be updated with the package SP2 (Service Pack 2 provides the latest updates to the application package Office 2010). If it’s not updated, visit the link below to make the package download.
If I buy MontaRibbons will I be entitled to some assistance?
Yes, by email.
And the updates, do I have to pay for them?
All updates are free, including new articles and videos class
When I purchase a License to use MontaRibbons, will I be able to install it on multiple machines?
You can install the same License on two computers. One on the notebook, and one at work, for example.
If I have to format my computer, do I lose my license?
You won't lose your license. Just need to click on the button register on MontaRibbons and write your e-mail and your birth date, and your license will be given to you online.
I still have some doubts. How can I get in touch with you?
Click here to open the contact screen and send your doubts.
Keep track of articles and videos:
|The video classes here have a basic structural view about ribbons, and are to open your mind to understand everything that can be done with this easy programming|
Brief presentation of MontaRibbons
Structural concept of the XML used
How to disable all the upper ribbon of the Access
Using images from the Office’s gallery
Using internal controls of the Office
Customizing the quick toolbar
Customizing the Office Button
How to create a custom ribbon
Setting the control splitButton
Setting the control menu
Differences between the controls splitButton and menu
Exporting the ribbons for your applications
How to give functionality to the buttons on the ribbon
Changing the controls at runtime, using the attributes gets
How to configure the ribbon for the language exchange
How to hide / disable the buttons on the ribbon, depending on the User logged
|Using external images (GIF, JPEG e PNG)|
Images (GIF, JPEG, PNG e ICO) taken from the attachment type field
|Combobox and Dropdown, in practice|
Read some testimonials about MontaRibbons
Adélio da Costa Gonzaga (Brazil)
João Martins - Joinville/SC (Brazil)
Ricardo - Recife-PE (Brazil)
José Corrêa - São Paulo - SP (Brazil)
Maurício dos Santos (Brazil)
Now, our friend Avelino, created the best tool for assembling Ribbons in Access 2007/2010.
The ease in develop and implement a ribbon and the productivity gains in the development of this software are impressive.
Avelino congratulations for the excellent work
David Brigido (Brazil)
When the v.2 is available for testing did not think twice ... a tool with this cost-benefit is not seen around!
Luiz Carlos Beraldo, Curitiba, PR (Brazil)
Another advantage of using this and other tools developed by Avelino is that it also supports the product, which is not always what happens with other developers. There are also updated versions, which provide us with the latest enhancements introduced by Microsoft, still only at Beta.
The return of the investment is really safe!
Ricardo Barbosa (Brazil)
I am fully satisfied.
Eduardo Miyatake (Brazil)
William Silva Paiva (Brazil)
Wolmar Moraes (Brazil)
Simple and direct. Even if you’re not an advanced programmer in access, you will end up understanding it and giving your programs a very professional look.