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in Word and PowerPoint 2007 our minimize, restore and close buttons, for the
document, are missing.
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If you want to close your last document without closing the program,
type Ctrl-W.

On Dec 4, 11:36*am, dblouin wrote:
in Word and PowerPoint 2007 our minimize, restore and close buttons, for the
document, are missing.


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Default word and powerpoint 2007 document minimize button missing

Thanks for the response, but I don't want to close the program, I just want
to minimize the document.

I also know that you can go to Word OptionsAdvancedDisplay and uncheck the
'Show all windows in the taskbar', but if you do this, you can't see your
docs on the task bar.

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If you want to close your last document without closing the program,
type Ctrl-W.

On Dec 4, 11:36 am, dblouin wrote:
in Word and PowerPoint 2007 our minimize, restore and close buttons, for the
document, are missing.



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Default word and powerpoint 2007 document minimize button missing

You're saying that the set of three buttons governing the program
itself aren't there??

On Dec 4, 3:02*pm, dblouin wrote:
Thanks for the response, but I don't want to close the program, I just want
to minimize the document.

I also know that you can go to Word OptionsAdvancedDisplay and uncheck the
'Show all windows in the taskbar', but if you do this, you can't see your
docs on the task bar.

"grammatim" wrote:
If you want to close your last document without closing the program,
type Ctrl-W.


On Dec 4, 11:36 am, dblouin wrote:
in Word and PowerPoint 2007 our minimize, restore and close buttons, for the
document, are missing.-

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Default word and powerpoint 2007 document minimize button missing

Since each document is in its own window, the controls for the window are
the controls for the document.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
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Fairhope, Alabama USA

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Thanks for the response, but I don't want to close the program, I just
want
to minimize the document.

I also know that you can go to Word OptionsAdvancedDisplay and uncheck
the
'Show all windows in the taskbar', but if you do this, you can't see your
docs on the task bar.

"grammatim" wrote:

If you want to close your last document without closing the program,
type Ctrl-W.

On Dec 4, 11:36 am, dblouin wrote:
in Word and PowerPoint 2007 our minimize, restore and close buttons,
for the
document, are missing.






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