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I recently upgraded to Office 2003.  I would like to move the toolbars around and lock them in place to the next time I open one of the applications it will come back to the place I placed it.  I see no way to lock the tool bar after I move it.
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As far as I know, there isn't.  You put the toolbar where you want it, and it stays there for the next time you open a program, it remembers.  You can reset it if you decide you need to start from scratch later on.

Yours,
Scott
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