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Microsoft Office 2003 missing Menu


Errabond

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On Microsof Office 2003, between the Menus: "Window" and "Help" I also had the Menu "Work". I reinstalled Microsoft Office and now the Menu "Work" is gone. What can I do?

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HondaMan

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As this was a menu which you created, it would not be re-installed when MSO was re-installed. I am afraid you may have to recreate that menu again.

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lotvic

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In Office 2003, Word: Rightclick on blank part next to Help> Customize > Commands tab> in left pane, scroll down to 'Built-in Menus'> in right pane scrolldown to 'Work' (last in list) left click hold on it and drag and drop up to where you want it (inbetween Window and Help)

The toolbar 'Work' will not have any commands in it's dropdown until you put some there via the rightclick Customize Option and drag and drop some commands into it.

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Woolwell

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It's an added command - read this Work Menu

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