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No File items in Windows Small Business Suite XP

The file menu in Word shown no drop down items. I have done a "detect & repair" and uninstalled and reinstalled the Suite, but the menu item shows nothing when I highlight and click on it.

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Open MS word, right click on an empty space of your menu bar, select costumize. Click the Commands Tab, then on the CAtegories window, scroll down and select Built In menu. At the left pane (Commands) you will see the File item. Drag it toward the Menu bar of your MS Word program, and drop it there, preferably before the Edit option. Hope this helps!

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