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Default quick access toolbar graphical bug

The Quick Access Toolbar does not seem to remain on top at all times, in
fact, it "breaks up". The easiest way for me to break it is to select the
small dropdown arrown in the toolbar. When I do this, the standard windows
titlebar appears along with the titel, the control box, and the min/max,
restore, close buttons. Then, if I click away from the toolbar options
dropdown, the toolbar does not refresh. As I move the mouse along the title
bar, the active objects (such as the Save button) below the mouse in the
toolbar refresh themselves. When I change applications and switch back, the
toolbar is restored.

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Hi David,

It could be an issue with a graphics driver/acceleration, an add-in or Windows. What version & build of Windows?

You can also send feedback directly to the Office 2007 product team, including screen shots of what you're experiencing, using the
2007 feedback tool from the link below. Include as much information as you can including the graphics card driver, if you have 2007
and an older Office version also installed, etc.

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"David" wrote in message ...
The Quick Access Toolbar does not seem to remain on top at all times, in
fact, it "breaks up". The easiest way for me to break it is to select the
small dropdown arrown in the toolbar. When I do this, the standard windows
titlebar appears along with the titel, the control box, and the min/max,
restore, close buttons. Then, if I click away from the toolbar options
dropdown, the toolbar does not refresh. As I move the mouse along the title
bar, the active objects (such as the Save button) below the mouse in the
toolbar refresh themselves. When I change applications and switch back, the
toolbar is restored.
--
I hope this helped you,

Bob Buckland ?:-)
MS Office system products MVP

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends


LINKS for the 2007 Office System

1. Read about it, try it, or watch the movie
the 2007 Microsoft Office system iinfo is at
http://microsoft.com/office/preview

2. Already have 2007 Office System Beta 2?
Send Microsoft your feedback (with pictures)
http://sas.office.microsoft.com/

3. Use the 2007 OfficeOnline website without Office2007

a. Install the ActiveX access control
http://office.microsoft.com/search/r...XT101650581033
b. then visit http://officebeta.iponet.net


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Thanks, Bob. I will send it to the team.

"Bob Buckland ?:-)" wrote:

Hi David,

It could be an issue with a graphics driver/acceleration, an add-in or Windows. What version & build of Windows?

You can also send feedback directly to the Office 2007 product team, including screen shots of what you're experiencing, using the
2007 feedback tool from the link below. Include as much information as you can including the graphics card driver, if you have 2007
and an older Office version also installed, etc.

=========
"David" wrote in message ...
The Quick Access Toolbar does not seem to remain on top at all times, in
fact, it "breaks up". The easiest way for me to break it is to select the
small dropdown arrown in the toolbar. When I do this, the standard windows
titlebar appears along with the titel, the control box, and the min/max,
restore, close buttons. Then, if I click away from the toolbar options
dropdown, the toolbar does not refresh. As I move the mouse along the title
bar, the active objects (such as the Save button) below the mouse in the
toolbar refresh themselves. When I change applications and switch back, the
toolbar is restored.
--
I hope this helped you,

Bob Buckland ?:-)
MS Office system products MVP

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends


LINKS for the 2007 Office System

1. Read about it, try it, or watch the movie
the 2007 Microsoft Office system iinfo is at
http://microsoft.com/office/preview

2. Already have 2007 Office System Beta 2?
Send Microsoft your feedback (with pictures)
http://sas.office.microsoft.com/

3. Use the 2007 OfficeOnline website without Office2007

a. Install the ActiveX access control
http://office.microsoft.com/search/r...XT101650581033
b. then visit http://officebeta.iponet.net



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