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menu collapse

Posted on 2008-06-17
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When i select a menu option on the menu bar, the list of options opens only partway, and I have to click the arrow to show all options. I would like to change this so that each time I select a menu option is opens the list entirely so that I don't have to ask it to show the complete list each time.
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Right click in your Menu bar. Choose Customize and then choose Options. Place a checkmark in "Always show full menus".

That should take care of you.

Dawn Crosier-Bleuel
Word MVP
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Outstanding!! thanks so much!
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