Question about Sanyo DS24425 24" TV
Your sanyo tv may have service mode adjustments. It can be taken according to the sevice code options, which can be get from service journals available in the market. no menu adustment is there to adjust the picure linearity, height , subbrightness control so on. All adjustments are coded and have critical measurements which can be adjusted through service mode with the help of remote control. The remote control should be orginal to access service mode. Duplicate may not work properly.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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if you are referring to microsoft word
Microsoft Word is one of the most widely used text editors in the business world today.
Using Word, you occasionally experience glitches like missing Menu items.
You open Word and while preparing your document realize the Menu item you want to use has magically disappeared.
You can restore it easily.
There are ways to restore lost Menu items in Microsoft Word.
Check your Menu to confirm the button you are looking for is really missing.
Microsoft Word is intuitive and continually adjusts to show the options you choose most often.
Click the double arrow near the bottom of the Menu items to reveal the hidden options.
Click the Menu item you are looking for.
Use that Menu item often and Word will place it in your Menu for easy access.
Replace the missing Menu item in Microsoft Word. Click Tools - Customize.
Select the Commands tab.
Click Rearrange Commands.
Add the Menu item you lost in Microsoft Word.
Select the Menu bar at the top.
Use the drop down menu to select File. Open Controls.
Highlight the Menu item under the File menu and click the Add button.
Select File under Categories. Open Commands and select desired button.
Word will reveal a preview of the File menu including your changes.
Select the desired Menu item.
To adjust the position of the Menu item you added.
Click Move Up or Move Down.
Continue to adjust them until you achieve your desired results.
Click Close to close the window.
Click File, Exit to close Microsoft Word.
hope this helps
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