Hi once again.
Bear with me if this is something most of you are familiar with, but... Can someone explain the rationale behind the behavior of Word's Reviewing toolbar, and it's quasi-random appearance when I open documents? It seems to pop up whenever I open a file these days, even if the file contains no revisions or tracked changes. I think there's some connection between opening (or having opened) an email attachment in Outlook XP (here at work) and Word's assumption that I'm too dumb to remember that this is someone else's file by throwing that toolbar at me. In fact, I know there have been periods of time where it didn't show up uninvited at all, and then it seems that after I open an attachment (either from Outlook's preview panel or from the open message itself) it becomes the guest-that-wouldn't-leave.
Please, make it stop!