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where does word store configuration for the quick access toolbar?

Posted on 2008-06-13
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I need to reload windows, and I'd like to keep my configurations, especially in Word. I know to save the normal.dot* template, but that won't save my add-in ribbon nor my quick access tool bar, which has lots of macros with special icons. Any suggestions, actually any suggestions in general for a smooth re-load would be great.
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Don't know if this is any good:

View Installed Add-ins: http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/word/HA100341271033.aspx#18

Manage Installed Add-ins: http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/word/HA100341271033.aspx#28
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thanks I'll give it a try- I have my 2 year old today, so I'll be intermittent.
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no, thanks but as you say, those links didn't quite cover it.
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