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How do I Turn Off Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar?



 
 
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Old December 5th 03, 12:50 AM
Don J
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Default How do I Turn Off Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar?

I've turned on Microsoft Office (XP) Shortcut Bar and now don't know how to
turn it off. I've looked at Microsoft Office Inside-Out (which is a
Microsoft Publication). It does't have it in the index.. I've gone to the
MS knowledgebase and can't find it there. Is there anyone out there who can
tell me how to turn it off.

Don


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Old December 5th 03, 12:51 AM
Jim Macklin
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Default How do I Turn Off Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar?

Press CTRL/ALT/DEL to open the task manager, select
processes and select "office" end process.
To keep it from starting, Start/all programs/startup/ delete
it.
or Start/run/msconfig and uncheck it on the startup page.

"Don J" wrote in message
news:0IZva.820882$3D1.466413@sccrnsc01...
| I've turned on Microsoft Office (XP) Shortcut Bar and now
don't know how to
| turn it off. I've looked at Microsoft Office Inside-Out
(which is a
| Microsoft Publication). It does't have it in the index..
I've gone to the
| MS knowledgebase and can't find it there. Is there anyone
out there who can
| tell me how to turn it off.
|
| Don
|
|


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Old December 5th 03, 12:55 AM
Don J
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Default How do I Turn Off Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar?


"Jim Macklin" wrote in message
...
Press CTRL/ALT/DEL to open the task manager, select
processes and select "office" end process.
To keep it from starting, Start/all programs/startup/ delete
it.
or Start/run/msconfig and uncheck it on the startup page.

"Don J" wrote in message
news:0IZva.820882$3D1.466413@sccrnsc01...
| I've turned on Microsoft Office (XP) Shortcut Bar and now
don't know how to
| turn it off. I've looked at Microsoft Office Inside-Out
(which is a
| Microsoft Publication). It does't have it in the index..
I've gone to the
| MS knowledgebase and can't find it there. Is there anyone
out there who can
| tell me how to turn it off.
|
| Don
|
|




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Old December 5th 03, 12:55 AM
Don J
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Default How do I Turn Off Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar?

I wasn't lookvng in the right place. The "Microsoft Office Shrortcut Bar" is
a part of Office XP. Actually the thing that made me realize it wasn't part
of Windows XP was somthing you said in your note.

Thanks,
Don J
__________________________________________________ _____________

"Jim Macklin" wrote in message
...
Press CTRL/ALT/DEL to open the task manager, select
processes and select "office" end process.
To keep it from starting, Start/all programs/startup/ delete
it.
or Start/run/msconfig and uncheck it on the startup page.

"Don J" wrote in message
news:0IZva.820882$3D1.466413@sccrnsc01...
| I've turned on Microsoft Office (XP) Shortcut Bar and now
don't know how to
| turn it off. I've looked at Microsoft Office Inside-Out
(which is a
| Microsoft Publication). It does't have it in the index..
I've gone to the
| MS knowledgebase and can't find it there. Is there anyone
out there who can
| tell me how to turn it off.
|
| Don
|
|




  #5  
Old December 5th 03, 12:55 AM
Don J
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Default How do I Turn Off Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar?

I wasn't lookvng in the right place. The "Microsoft Office Shrortcut Bar" is
a part of Office XP. Actually the thing that made me realize it wasn't part
of Windows XP was somthing you said in your note.

Thanks,
Don J
__________________________________________________ _____________

"Don J" wrote in message news:...
I wasn't lookvng in the right place. The "Microsoft Office Shrortcut Bar"

is
a part of Office XP. Actually the thing that made me realize it wasn't

part
of Windows XP was somthing you said in your note.

Thanks,
Don J
__________________________________________________ _____________

"Jim Macklin" wrote in message
...
Press CTRL/ALT/DEL to open the task manager, select
processes and select "office" end process.
To keep it from starting, Start/all programs/startup/ delete
it.
or Start/run/msconfig and uncheck it on the startup page.

"Don J" wrote in message
news:0IZva.820882$3D1.466413@sccrnsc01...
| I've turned on Microsoft Office (XP) Shortcut Bar and now
don't know how to
| turn it off. I've looked at Microsoft Office Inside-Out
(which is a
| Microsoft Publication). It does't have it in the index..
I've gone to the
| MS knowledgebase and can't find it there. Is there anyone
out there who can
| tell me how to turn it off.
|
| Don
|
|






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Old December 5th 03, 01:14 AM
Joe Dolsak
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Default How do I Turn Off Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar?

This works on my Office 2000 Toolbar.

Click on the little Windows Icon on the upper left corner of the toolbar -
Choose Exit from the menu.
When you do, it will ask if you want the Toolbar to start automatically
again.

Joe Dolsak

"Don J" wrote in message
news:0IZva.820882$3D1.466413@sccrnsc01...
I've turned on Microsoft Office (XP) Shortcut Bar and now don't know how

to
turn it off. I've looked at Microsoft Office Inside-Out (which is a
Microsoft Publication). It does't have it in the index.. I've gone to

the
MS knowledgebase and can't find it there. Is there anyone out there who

can
tell me how to turn it off.

Don




 




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