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Keyboard commands missing from edit tab

Posted on 2004-04-07
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Inside of my office 2003 i have no keyboard shortcuts listed on the right of the option im looking for. I was wondering how i could turn them back on
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by:Karen Falandays
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Which ones are you looking for? Which toolbar are you looking at?
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by:nexcool
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It would be the edit toolbar. My CTRL V, CTRL X and pretty much all of them in all tool bars are missing. except for the CTRL P.
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Karen Falandays earned 750 total points
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Oh, gotcha. Try view/Toolbars/Customize
In the Options tab, select the check box to show menu shortcuts.

Is that it?
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by:nexcool
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They still dont seem to appear in the menu tabs. any suggestions?
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