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reset msoffice back to default settings

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My computer (cel 533, win-98, office 2000) is used by 6 to 7 persons. e'tine I start any office application, I see diff. tool bars activated, some are disappeared.

Is there any shortcut to reset default settings ?
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Dufo G. Belski earned 400 total points
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I don't think so; I think you need to right-click a toolbar and make sure only Standard and Formatting are selected.
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by:Ajnin
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asyscokid is correct. Right-click any toolbar (not where it says File Edit ...), even the button.
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by:Asta Cu
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Have you installed the patches and fixes for Office 2000?  Here's the link; once there, click Product Updates to see what recommended fixes apply to your environment:
http://www.officeupdate.com/

There are "read me" files with each of them to explain what the fixes are all about.

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by:bruno
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what does this have to do with web browsers?
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Today I will request that a Moderator award asyscokid with points and an A grade to close this abandoned question, since Asker chooses not to maintain and update this question.

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Thank you, Computer101 for your quick response and ongoing support.
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Thank you.
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