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Office 2010 Save Dialog

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When i bring up the save dialog in word 2010 or Excel 2010 it only shows File name and File it does not show the Navigation pane or network locations. The open dialog works fine. I thought this was just in Word but just tested Excel and its doing the same thing.


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It took me a minute to replicate this issue, but I was able to mimic it in Word 2007.  Look at the picture below...

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Now where the red arrow is pointing two; hover your mouse pointer around the area until it changes from Normal size to Vertical Resize.  Left-click and hold and drag that area down until you are able to see the folders and files in the location.

Here is the Normal size
NormalHere is the Vertical Resize
Vertical ResizeYou should start to see the folder and file location
The Space between
I hope this helps
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i was able to replicate that on my workstation as well. But when i tried it on the users workstation it would not help. i even maximized it to the entire window. I ended just delete and recreating the users profile.
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