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Default Scroll Bar Disappears in Word 2003

After Quality Center and an Adobe update were installed, the scroll bars have
disappeard from Word 2003. I can add them to each document by clicking on
Tools, Options, etc. but I would rather the scroll bars were always there.

How can I get the scroll bar to stay, instead of having to manually add it
to each document?

Thanks.
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Default Scroll Bar Disappears in Word 2003

Create a template in which you create the following macros

Sub AutoNew()
Application.DisplayScrollBars = True
End Sub
Sub AutoOpen()
Application.DisplayScrollBars = True
End Sub

and save it in the Word Startup Folder. Then whenever you start a new
document, or open an existing one, the relevant one of those macros should
run and turn on the display of the scroll bars.

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After Quality Center and an Adobe update were installed, the scroll bars
have
disappeard from Word 2003. I can add them to each document by clicking
on
Tools, Options, etc. but I would rather the scroll bars were always there.

How can I get the scroll bar to stay, instead of having to manually add it
to each document?

Thanks.


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Default Scroll Bar Disappears in Word 2003


Create a template in which you create the following macros

Sub AutoNew()
Application.DisplayScrollBars = True
End Sub
Sub AutoOpen()
Application.DisplayScrollBars = True
End Sub

and save it in the Word Startup Folder. Then whenever you start a new
document, or open an existing one, the relevant one of those macros should
run and turn on the display of the scroll bars.

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP, originally posted via msnews.microsoft.com

"LindaC" wrote in message
news
After Quality Center and an Adobe update were installed, the scroll bars
have
disappeard from Word 2003. I can add them to each document by clicking
on
Tools, Options, etc. but I would rather the scroll bars were always there.

How can I get the scroll bar to stay, instead of having to manually add it
to each document?

Thanks.


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