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    Tool Bars (Outlook '07)

    Edited by HansV to reduce humongous picture with enormous amount of white space in size.

    I notice that when I open Outlook, the tool bars do not stay where I want them. I have attached a screenshot. The top picture is what I want it to look like, and the bottom is what it looks like when I open Outlook. Any ideas or sugeestions?
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    Re: Tool Bars (Outlook '07)

    Is the rogue toolbar a built-in one, a custom one created by you or a custom one created by an add-in? Some add-ins don't play nicely and insist on putting their toolbars in a default position each time you start.

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    Re: Tool Bars (Outlook '07)

    Hans, thanks for editing the humongous picture!! <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>
    I'm not sure if I understand your question but here goes. The tool bars are the ones that I have elected to have show. The red triangle toolbar is Avery Wizard, so that is an add-in.
    However if I add the Web tool bar from View/Toolbars that one also shows up askew to where I place them when I close Outlook and re open it.
    Could it possibly be that I just don't have enough screen real estate? 15" Wide screen laptop?
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    Re: Tool Bars (Outlook '07)

    There is definitely enough room for the Avery toolbar, but it is very well possible that it is programmed to appear at a default location each time you start Outlook. What happens if you remove or disable the Avery add-in? Does the Web toolbar behave itself?

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    Re: Tool Bars (Outlook '07)

    removing the Avery Add In from Outlook seems to make the toolbar behave.
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    Re: Tool Bars (Outlook '07)

    That's what I feared. It's up to you to decide - use the Avery toolbar and accept that your toolbars aren't positioned correctly, or do without the Avery toolbar.

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