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WORD 2007 - HOME panel keeps disappearing

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I am having an issue with my WORD 2007. The  HOME panel (which has options such as the font, paragraph, uppercase/lowercase, etc. does not stay in place. For example, I'll click on HOME, change, say the font, and then want to change something else, but find that the HOME panel has vanished and I have to click on HOME again. This behavior is quite annoying -- is there a way to change it?

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Steve
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It is probably auto-hiding to save space. Double-click on the "Home" tab, and it will stay there.

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That worked! Thanks!
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