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Word does not remember my toolbar settings

Have you installed a utility that is supposed to give you an additional toolbar within Office Applications? These are more commonly known as Add-ins and can make your life easier.
An example of an add-in is with the Adobe Acrobat software. This can give you a button to convert a Word document into a PDF.

Unfortunately these add-ins can be very temperamental and very frustrating when they don’t appear. The first, and easiest, task to check is to select it, open Word, click “View” -> “Toolbars”. This will show you a list of the toolbars available. If it is listed then make sure it is selected. For the majority of cases this will be sufficient.

For some instances though you may need to manually install it, to do this take the following steps.

1. On the Tools menu, click Customize, and then click the Commands tab.

2 In the Categories box, click Tools.

3. Drag COM Add-Ins from the Commands box and drop it on a toolbar

4. Click Close

Click the newly added COM Add-ins button and see if the add-in is listed.
If not then you will need to click “Add” and then browse to the file that will create the object. Unfortunately you may need to contact the Add-in supplier to find this information out.

Once installed your new Add-in should be available to your Office Applications


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