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Excel 2003 use to have a adobe button on toolbar now it doesnt

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Running citrix presentation server 4.0 2003 server R2. One of our users call me and for some reason she no longer has a adobe icon in excel previously she did have it so she could convert alot quicker.. I cant seem to figure out how to get the icon back onto her toolbar.
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This covers various reasons and fixes for the missing buttons.
http://forums.adobe.com/thread/494650
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re-registering the dll did the trick..

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