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Ms office shortcut bar

On reinstalation of office not getting shortcut bar

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I have Microsoft Office Word 2003 installed on my PC, & each time I try to use it I keep getting messages telling me that it has a missing shortcut

I think you are using the shortcut icon to open ms office 2003.
Open start menu,go to all programs, then open word from office menu.

Mar 24, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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I have MS office installed on my PC but somehow have lost MS Access. How to reload MS Access ?

First, verify that you have the correct version of Microsoft Office. Microsoft Access was only included in the Professional version of Microsoft Office 2003.
Second, Microsoft Access is probably still on your computer, but you no longer have a shortcut to it. You can create one by following these instructions:
  1. Open a file browser by navigating to Start>Computer (Start>My Computer on XP)
  2. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 11\
    (C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office 11\ on x64 systems)
  3. In this folder is a file called MSACCESS.exe. This is Microsoft Access.
  4. Right-click on the file.
  5. Hover/click on the "Send To" option.
  6. Click on the "Desktop (Create Shortcut)" option.
  7. You now have a shortcut to Access on your desktop.

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I have erased my shortcut of Microsoft Word from the desktop. I didn't realized that when I dragged the MS Word from the start up menu, it moved it from the list and not copied the shortcut. Now I couldn't...


Right Click anywhere on your desktop and choose New>Shortcut

Type in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\WINWORD.EXE

Click on Next, and Finish. You have now created a shortcut to Word. You can drag this to the quick Launch bar next to the Start Menu if you want - It will not delete it but create a new shortcut there

Hope that helps, pls rate the solution

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Took the computer to best buy to fix CD drive - came back with office not working - have reinstalled 3 times but it keeps saying it is not installed. what do we do?

First, you may want to take it back to bestbuy .. no .. wait! .. never mind that.

You may be trying to use an "old" shortcut icon. Before you install again, click on [Start] [All Programs] [Microsoft Office] [Word] to determine if it works. If it does, then remove the old shortcut icons and create new ones by "dragging" each MS program from the selection menu to the desktop.
If that doesn't work then:
  1. UNINSTALL Microsoft Office through the Control Panel
  2. Reboot
  3. Remove all MS Office application shortcuts from your desktop, if any.
  4. INSTALL MS Office
  5. Reboot
Does it work now? Please comment for confirmation.
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Aug 11, 2010 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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I installed MS Office 2007 professional; however, I have no icon on my laptop and I don't see MS Office 2007 when I look at all my programs

On your desktop, right click and choose New > Shortcut > Browse >
Computer > C: drive > Program Files > Microsoft Office > Office 12

Then choose the program you want for a shortcut (Word.exe, Excel.exe, etc). Click OK, click Next, Name it what you want and click Finish. It will now be on your desktop.

Do the same thing for the other programs you desire.

Nov 08, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Ms office word shortcut

sir you have deleted its registry..
if you have office cd. uninstall the previous one and try to install new one
don't forget to rate if this solution resolve your problem
if you have any doubt please type in comment

Jul 04, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I need MS office 2000 tool bar short cut can u please help me download this?

Windows XP Navigate to:
start>all programs>microsoft office tools>microsoft office shortcut bar

This will install it provided you have office 2K already installed and you have the CD-R with office on it.

May 10, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Missing shortcuts in MS Word 2003




In VIEW tab check 'Startup Task Pane'

Close WORD to save changes

Open WORD and Task Pane should be back!

Feb 26, 2009 | Microsoft Office Word 2003 for PC

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I accidentally removed ms office from computer. can i reinstall it with the xp disc?

ms office is not a builtin companion of xp or any windows os you should buy it as seperate, to reinstall you have get ms office installation CD

Aug 22, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Touch pad scroll bar and MS Office shortcut

Firstly the touch pad, right click on my computer>properties>hardware tab>device manager, then look down the hardware list for mice and other pionting devices and click on the '+' sign, there you should see your touchpad. Rght click on it then click uninstall, restart your notebook and the driver will re install the touchpad at default settings. Secondly shortcut problem, click start>run, then type 'msconfig' and press enter. In the next window click the startup tab and look for anything Office tool bar related and ensure it is ticked. Click ok then a box will ask you to restart, do s,o then another box will pop up after your desktop has loaded saying you have made changes, just tick 'Dont show this again'.

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