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Upper toolbar in Word 2000 has disappeared

My upper toolbar is not anymore active to open and save files and to carry other word tasks. Please advise on how I could make it reappear. I have reloaded the software and the same thing results when I open word. The other softwares from Office 2000 such as Excel, Photodraw .. all exhibit the toolbars.
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Maurice Garzon

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Re: Upper toolbar in Word 2000 has disappeared

Open Word, place the pointer on teh grey area at the top and right click, check the toolbars you wish to have shown

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