My Review Toolbar Disappears Everytime PC is Shut Down
I use ther review toolbar in Word on a regular basis.
Until I got Word 2000 I put the Review toolbar on the visible toolbar at top of page and it remained there permanently. Since I started using Word 2000 the review toolbar disappears when I shut down a document and I am forced to go to view/toobars/review and put it back on the visible toolbar each time I enter either a document where I used the review toolbar or when I open a new document.
What can I do to be sure the review toolbar stays visible permanently?
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There are several tool bars in Winword 2000...
You can access them with the menu:
[View] [Toolbars] [Standard] (or whatever toolbar you need)
Note that if you do not see these "labels" then choose the "down arrow" to view more options.
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I had the same problem with Quattro Pro 11 and solved it as follows: right click on the blue header bar, this should bring up a box that has settings in it,left click on settings and then on the left side under Application go to Display and check the boxes until the toolbar that you want appears. It worked for me in version 11 hope it works for you
In order to remove this error message you need to locate and remove the incorrect references:
On the Formulas tab, in the Formula Auditing group, click the arrow on the Error Checking in-group button, point to Circular References, and then click the first cell listed in the submenu.
Tip You can move between cells in a circular reference by double-clicking the tracer arrows. Review the formula in the cell. If you cannot determine whether the cell is the cause of the circular reference, click the next cell in the Circular References submenu.
Note The status bar displays the word "Circular References" followed by a reference to one of the cells contained in the circular reference. Continue to review and correct the circular reference until the status bar no longer displays the word "Circular References."