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where can I find the ribbon.xml for Word Standard Ribbon Tabs

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Where can I fin a ribbon.xml with all the default standard tabs?
The reason I am asking is I need to have the ribbon start from scratch because of some customization to QAT, but I need to readd all the standar word tabs

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by:LuckyLuke57
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Look at

c:\program files\Microsoft Office\Office 12\1033\Ribbon.hxs

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by:LuckyLuke57
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Oops, that is the help-file!!

Sorry
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by:xav056
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it would have been nice if that was the xml file I am looking for
Thank you
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Something like this will have most of the default word features(other than the quick access bar and more ofice menues)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<customUI xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2006/01/customui" onLoad="Ribbon_Load">
 <ribbon startFromScratch ="true">
    <tabs>

      <tab idMso="TabHome" visible="true"> </tab>
      <tab idMso="TabInsert" visible="true"></tab>
      <tab idMso="TabPageLayoutWord" visible="true"></tab>
      <tab idMso="TabReferences" visible="true"></tab>
      <tab idMso="TabFormulas" visible="true"> </tab>
      <tab idMso="TabData" visible="true"></tab>
      <tab idMso="TabReviewWord" visible="true"></tab>
      <tab idMso="TabView" visible="true"></tab>
    </tabs>
 <officeMenu>
      <control idMso="FileOpen" visible="true"  />
      <control idMso="FileNew" visible="true"  />
 </officeMenu>
  </ribbon>
</customUI>
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