The tool bar with drop downs at the top of the page has closed and cannot be located to be opened. We have a page and measurement bars around the page only. Positioning the mouse in the tool bar area and right mouse cliking does not bring up the tools menu as on other PC's.
We have also tried to repair and uninstall and reinstall microsoft office.
PS Excel and other office programs are operating normally
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Re: Word 2000 std no tool bar available
If you have tried to repair it the only solution now is to reinstall it. If that dont work save all your documents uninstall the product then reinstall.
There are no activation for microsoft products earlier than 2002.
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Right click in the top of your firefox webpage select the menu bar option.
This will add File Edit View History Bookmarks Tools and Help to the top roolbar.
Select tools then from the drop down list select options you will see an option stating when firefox starts show my home page aswell as other options as homepage below type in google.com to make google your homepage
IN order to make google.com your home page with windows (I will assume XP)
open internet explorer or firefox , or google chrome,click on tools
internet options and then in the address bar section HOME PAGE enter www.google.com apple and ok. hit the red X to exit your browser.... then open it again and it should give you google.com
If you are using Internet Explorer, all versions up to 10. You would locate the address bar at the top of the page. Here is a link for Google: https://www.google.com/
With Google on the desktop. Locate the Tools button near the address bar. Click the tools button and select the internet options offering. A new window will open and you will see the Google address in a window1/4 from the top. Locate and click the "USE CURRENT" button and then locate and click the "APPLY" and then the "OK" buttons. This will work for Microsoft IE. For Firefox it is a little different. The Menu bar is above the address bar. Locate the Tools button above the address bar. Click the tools button then select the options button. A new window will open now select the General tab if not already done. you will see the Google address in a window1/4 from the top. Locate and click the "USE CURRENT PAGE" button and then locate and click the "OK" button.
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If you wish to continue using your current browser, open the browser window and click the "Tools" button from the menu bar. From the drop down box select "Internet Options". Click the "Advanced" tab and click the "Restore advanced settings" and "Reset" buttons, clicking OK to the dialog box following it. Close the browser window and browse back and you should have the page back to normal.
You will need to reset your homepage to Yahoo. When you installed the toolbar (which will be available on ALL sites) it set your homepage to Google. If you're using Internet Explorer, click on Tools > Internet Options. On the General tab, type in the address (http://www.yahoo.com/) into the Homepage box. If you're using Chrome, click the wrench icon, then click Options. Select Open the Following Pages, then type in the address. If you're using Firefox, click Tools > Options. Type the address in the Homepage box on the General tab (if you're using a newer version of Firefox, click the orange Firefox button in the top left corner and select Options).
In the Address box, type the Web page address that you want for your home page.
NOTE: If you want the page that you are currently viewing in Internet Explorer to be your home page, click Use Current.
FOR FIRE FOX
At the top of the Firefox windowOn the menu bar, click on the ToolsFirefox menu (Tools menu in Windows XP), and then click OptionsFirefoxEdit menu, and select Options...Preferences...
Select the General panel (Main panel in Firefox 3.5).
In the Startup box click the drop-down menu next to "When Firefox starts:" and select what Firefox should display when it starts up.
Show my home page - Displays the home page (or home pages of course).
Show a blank page - Displays a blank page (this loads fast - no waiting for lots of tabs to load).
Show my windows and tabs from last time - Opens the pages you were visiting the last time you used Firefox so you can continue right where you left off. Click OK to close the Options windowClick Close to close the Preferences windowClose the Preferences window .
Click on the Tools menu, located in the upper right hand corner of your browser window. When the drop-down menu appears, select Menu Bar.
You should now see the Menu Bar displayed in the toolbar section of
your browser window. To hide the Menu bar, simply repeat Step 2.
a reflection? Or something like a sparkle off a diamond?
The "sparkle" can be created using the star shape from the custom tool. You select the custom tool from the tool bar, then select the shape from the top of the page in the preset manager. You will then draw it out on your page, open the "paths" window from "window" drop down menu. Select the little selection icon (the circle with the dots) from the bottom of the path window box. Then from the tool bar, select the paint bucket and color it in.
Your best bet would be to look up a tutorial from google on this subject.