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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Create the menu tab on your homepage right click in the top toolbar you should see a number of toolbar options select the menu tab which will add File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help
Click on the tools at the bottom of the drop down list will be internet options or
Click start control panel internet options you will see a home page box To Create Page Tabs type
each adress on its own line (type in www.google.com) or your preferred home page and browser
below that will be change search defaults click on settings you will see all search Providers
Toolbar extensions and Accelerators you have if don't need any of them you can disable or remove them.
Here is another option to add
Right click in the bottom toolbar (Bottom of Screen) select the toolbars option then Desktop this will add >> arrows in the bottom toolbar select the arrows you will see a list with control panel which has another list of all control panel items.
And you might have to uninstall the ask toolbar
go to contol panel uminstall look for ask toolbar
Are you asking about your browser toolbar? In Internet Explorer, if the menu bar isn't visible click <Alt>. Go to View > Toolbars. Make sure the items you want have check marks. The printer icon is part of the Command Bar. Once done, check the line Lock the Toolbars. This will eliminate the vertical dotted line next to each Toolbar. When you click on that line, the toolbar disappears.
If you are dealing with another application, you need to do something similar. However, the names and location in the menus may be different.
There must be a bug in their new toolbar... until they fix the bug, try delicious bookmarks, an free online bookmarking service that stores and protects your bookmarks online so you can access and organize them from any computer (and it has a toolbar):
Make sure your Standard toolbar is showing: Click View menu, toolbars then standard should have a check next to it. If it doesn't click on it. The standard toolbar has the new, open, save, print and other command icons.
Towards the end of this toolbar, it should have this backwards P, or Pi. If selected, it will show within a square, then click on it and should remove the "Carriage return symbols".
If you don't see it in the toolbar, at the end of the toolbar, will be another symbol like 2 small black arrows pointing to the right and both above another arrow pointing down. Click this to show icons that are not showing in the toolbar. There you should find it.
when that information is overlayed on the playback screen, press the up or down arrow on the navigation dial until it disappears. There are a couple of different screens full of information you might see before it is completely gone.
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."