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Save toolbar changes in Visio

Posted on 2003-12-01
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Who knows how to save changes to a toolbar in Visio? I customize a toolbar by adding buttons, but when I close Visio and then open it again, the changes are gone. I can't find any option setting that has to do with saving toolbar changes. Any suggestions?
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Problem solved. I had installed Acrobat 6, which installs its own toolbar in Visio (and all other Office apps). That creates a .vsl file that cannot be modified. The solution was to delete Acrobat's .vsl file (pdfmvisio.vsl). Now I can customize Visio toolbars, and they stay customized.

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