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Hello...

When I open Word 2003 on my work machine...(my company has an archiving
database/free-standing server system known as 'DocStar')...a small DocStar
Toolbar appears on it's own horizontal line (all by itself), underneath my
regular Toolbars. The remainder of that space is empty. This is as
annoying as fresh s_it on a hot, sunny day. (sorry).

I thought...OK, I'll just move it to the end of an existing Toolbar, where
it has enough space to squeeze in on the right (& thereby eliminate the need
for an almost empty horizontal space at the top of the page...giving me more
real estate for the documents themselves). But...that only works while the
app is open. When I close out the program; & then reopen it...there it is
AGAIN !!!

So...here is what I DO NOT want to do to solve the problem (&...I realize
this is not the best approach, but...)...

1) I am not allowed to mess around w/ our DocStar server...so I can't cure
it from that end. [And also...it happens w/ Adobe 'Reader' & MacMillian
Publishing's 'Webster's New World Dictionary'...so I need to fix this
problem from within the affected application...not the app of origin.]

2) If I have to write a Macro in order to fix it...I would like that to be
as straightforward (easy) as possible...'cause I'm not a programmer (but I
CAN follow directions really well).

Any help along these lines will be appreciated.

Thanks very much,


mark4man


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Mark Forman / DRC, TRCT wrote:
Hello...

When I open Word 2003 on my work machine...(my company has an
archiving database/free-standing server system known as
'DocStar')...a small DocStar Toolbar appears on it's own horizontal
line (all by itself), underneath my regular Toolbars. The remainder
of that space is empty. This is as annoying as fresh s_it on a hot,
sunny day. (sorry).
I thought...OK, I'll just move it to the end of an existing Toolbar,
where it has enough space to squeeze in on the right (& thereby
eliminate the need for an almost empty horizontal space at the top of
the page...giving me more real estate for the documents themselves).
But...that only works while the app is open. When I close out the
program; & then reopen it...there it is AGAIN !!!

So...here is what I DO NOT want to do to solve the problem (&...I
realize this is not the best approach, but...)...

1) I am not allowed to mess around w/ our DocStar server...so I can't
cure it from that end. [And also...it happens w/ Adobe 'Reader' &
MacMillian Publishing's 'Webster's New World Dictionary'...so I need
to fix this problem from within the affected application...not the
app of origin.]
2) If I have to write a Macro in order to fix it...I would like that
to be as straightforward (easy) as possible...'cause I'm not a
programmer (but I CAN follow directions really well).

Any help along these lines will be appreciated.

Thanks very much,


mark4man



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