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Adobe Illustrator 9.0.2 upgrade caused problems

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I just installed a patch on a couple of machines to Illustrator 9.0.2.  Sometimes, the Object...Path...submenu is not showing up.  There is an arrow designating that the submenu should be there, but nothing shows up.  If I quit and restart Illustrator, then it'll be there (until it disappears again later).  Has anyone had this problem or have any suggestions? thanks.
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Probably something you could fix by deleting the Illustrator preferences file.
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I thought I might try something as simple as that.  I just didn't want to make them mad at me for losing their prefs, but oh well.  I'll try it the next time it happens (which should be soon) and get back to you.  Thanks.
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