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No page navigation bar in Microsoft Publisher 2000

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For some reason, my Microsoft Publisher no longer displays the page navigation bar at the bottom of my multi-page publications.

HELP!!!!

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  • cindymail22 Jul 11, 2008

    I found the answer to my problem. I had to go to View, then Toolbars. I then checked Status Bar, and my Navigation Bar came up at the bottom. Hope this helps!



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