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    Wrapping Toolbars (Word 2000)

    Normally I use a fullscreen Word window with the standard and formatting toolbars sharing one row, which all fits at the top of the window. However now I often resize the window to half-screen width, which means it doesn't fit across the top. Is there any way to make it wrap onto a second row so that I can avoid having to look through the extension (first clicking on the arrows) to see the buttons that are offscree?. Otherwise I having to check / uncheck the "share one row" box in the customise menu each time I resize the window

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    Re: Wrapping Toolbars (Word 2000)

    Sorry Terner. Perhaps you can make your own toolbar that only has the buttons you use most. You could then record a macro that closes the others and only shows yours, and another that puts them back the way they were. Or just create two: one that shares the row, one that doesn't.

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