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How do I add the Flow Connectors and Flow Shapes toolbar to Excel 2003

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I need to add the Flow Connectors and Flow Shapes toolbars to Excel 2003 and can't seem to figure out how.
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Right-click on any toolbar and select Drawing. On the opened toolbar click on Autoshapes-Connectors. You can drag the opened toolbar by its top out of its place. You can its shape, so all the buttons lay horizontally and move the toolbar to the top or any other place. The same way you can place Shapes and other drawing toolbars.
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On one computer, the person that asked that I set this up on the second machine, you can click View, Toolbars and put a check next to Flow Shapes and Flow Connectors.  This is what he wants me to set up.  I tired what you suggested and that worked, but how do I make it appear in the View, Toolbars menu?
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That was exactly what I needed!  Thanks for your help!
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