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Old 21-06-2011
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ms word toolbar problem
  

my ms word07 toolbar is gone.what is the solution?

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Re: ms word toolbar problem

I guess somebody might have minimized your Toolbar or Ribbon. You will find a tiny arrow at the upper left-had corner of the menu ribbon, As soon as you take your mouse over it , you will get message saying "Customize Quick Access Toolbar". Click on it and remove the tick from "Minimize the Ribbon".

Or try this On the View menu, point to Toolbars. Note whether any toolbars are selected. If none of the toolbars is selected, select those that you want. To do this, click the toolbar name. Repeat this procedure for each toolbar that you want to be displayed. The toolbars selected by default are the Standard and Formatting toolbars, as well as the Task Pane.
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Re: ms word toolbar problem

Click on view
Move to Toolbars
Select the toolbar which you want be appear on front..!
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