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Word 2003 - How to dock redo and undo button at toolbar

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1. Select the down arrow at the end of the toolbar
2. Select choose Add Remove Buttons
3. Select Standard

As shown in the attached picture, you can now choose reset at the bottom or manually select the Undo, Redo options.

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