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Old 10-17-2007, 03:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I tried enterprise 2007, I wasn't to impressed with the overly glossy this and the really pretty that, so, in the end, I went onto 2003 since I use it on my office PC quite regularly.
Now, the frustrating thing I've noticed is the lack of the 'new document' function that is absent from my toolbar selection. I've reinstalled and uninstalled, read through the disc but, i still can't find the missing function or something to get that 'new document' link anywhere. I mean, I have no problem selecting the document type manually, but really, what gives?
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Old 10-18-2007, 12:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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In 2003? Have you tried going to View > Toolbars.
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Ar, I think I mean to create the hyperlink that says "New Office Document" this hyperlink then pops up a few different things such as a new excel sheet, acess etc.
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hhhmmm, I can't honestly remeber ever using that feature..

Sorry I couldn't help out.
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Tools, Options, Startup Task Pane <-- make sure that is checked
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check your toolbar and customized it...
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