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Lost my Toolbars on Microsoft Word

Lost my Toolbars on Microsoft Word

Lost my Toolbars on Microsoft Word

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A nuisance question but here goes;

I can't get my Drawing toolbar (plus others) to open.

I've tried View/Toolbars but there are only 4 toolbars there to choose from. I checked on an other computer and the whole list is here. I tried  view/toolbars/custom also but to no avail.

It is Word 2000 version.

Any way to bring these back. I have tried the HELP function.

Thanks,
Speedy

RE: Lost my Toolbars on Microsoft Word

Try Help | Detect and Reapir....

You will probably need the CD's

RE: Lost my Toolbars on Microsoft Word

Delete the Normal.dot file and restart your computer. This helps sometimes.

RE: Lost my Toolbars on Microsoft Word

This question seems to be more apropos to Tek-Tips; they have an Office-specific forum

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