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All of a sudden all my office products look like they have an old style. Also word documents open off screen and I have to move them back and it gets very annoying. Attached is how word looks. How can I set it back to the default 2010 look?

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by:OCDan
ID: 37773397
It looks like your machine has switched to Windows 7 Basic rather than Aero.

Go to the desktop>right click> choose personalise

Are you on Basic? If so pick the theme called windows 7 and it should go back to normal
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by:Biofilminc
ID: 37773426
No, that is not the problem. It is only with Office and nothing else.
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by:abdulalikhan
ID: 37773458
Can you please elaborate further?
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by:Biofilminc
ID: 37773492
What do you mean? Office looks like it has an old style. I attached the image. I am not using windows 7 basic
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by:Biofilminc
ID: 37773499
I just installed project and it has that old style too.
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by:Raymond Peng
ID: 37773584
can you replicate it using a different user profile?
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by:Biofilminc
ID: 37773674
Same problem when I log in as a new user.
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by:Raymond Peng
ID: 37773746
might be a display setting if not theme setting.

start > type in 'windows colors' and select the first on the list.  Under Item > select 3d objects.  For color 1 and 2 make a note of the settings and choose a different setting.
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by:abdulalikhan
ID: 37773780
If the setting is related to color, then go to file - > Options - > General


Choose color scheme to 'Silver' and also check both the check boxes above that.
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by:Biofilminc
ID: 37773827
l33tf0b -  I do not have an option to change color 2

abdulalikhan - I already tried setting it to silver and to blue. Both look the same and do not solve the problem.
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Biofilminc earned 0 total points
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I have had air video installed for a year now, but when I uninstalled it that fixed my problem. Not sure why air video messed everything up. Have not even used it in months.
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by:abdulalikhan
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Good that the problem has been resolved.
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by:Biofilminc
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Airvideo Uninstall
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