I'm working on designing a Fluent ("Ribbon") style UX for a CRUD application working over a database.
There's lots of information about how to design a ribbon for document based applications. The Microsoft guidelines even specify standard tabs and groups.
However, these standard groups don't seem to be a great fit for non-document situations. The "Find" command, for example, should be within an "Editing" group:
Entirely relevant for searching within a document, but not for searching for a record.
What resources and/or examples are there for using the ribbon for non-document applications?
Updated 27/9: Yes, I'm sure that a Ribbon is appropriate for the application I'm developing. It's not document focused, but isn't pure CRUD either - it's a complex application with a lot of business behaviour. It'll be easier for me to run a workshop on arranging the ribbon if I can provide some guidance in advance - so I'm hoping for some answers to my original question on resources and examples.