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Does anyone know how to lock the toolbars in Word or Excell so they don t keep moving around

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Are you missing the Internet Explorer toolbar that displays the File, Edit, and View menus? If so, you might have moved the Yahoo! Toolbar, or some other toolbar over the IE menu, or you might have gone into fullscreen mode accidentally.
First, make sure you aren't in fullscreen mode. If you are, you'll only see the navigation bar with the Forward, Back, and other buttons at the top of your screen. If that's the case:
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If that doesn't solve the problem, you might have accidentally moved one of your other toolbars over the main toolbar. Try the following:
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