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Troubleshooting

Back to Square One

Q1:You've customized menus and toolbars a bit too much, and now you can't find several key commands.
A1: You can restore any toolbar, including the main menu bar, to its default settings. Select Tools, Customize, and click the Toolbars tab. Choose the toolbar whose customized settings you want to remove (select Menu Bar for the main menus) and click Reset. Word users can specify whether the change applies to the current document only or to the template in use.

Broken Shortcut Menus?

Q1:You've customized shortcut menus in Word, PowerPoint, or Access, but they don't behave as you expect.
A1: Be sure you customized the correct menu. When you edit tables, for example, Word uses different shortcut menus depending on whether you're working with a table heading, text within a table cell, an entire cell, or the whole table. If you want the Paste Special command to be available in each of these instances, you must customize the shortcut menus for each of these specific contexts.


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