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    Disabling WOPR Workbar in 2003 Causes Problems (Office 2003 / Win XP Pro)

    At Woody's suggestion, I am posting this question in the Word forum. Maybe someone has encountered this problem and has a solution.

    WOPR Workbar is being taken over by PDFMaker. As Woody suggested, I renamed PDFMaker.dot to PDFMaker.dot.save. When I opened Word, it did indeed remove PDFMaker from the toolbar and add-in list. The problem I encountered is "Adobe Comments" is still on the toolbar where the workbar should be and I can't access the Workbar. Any suggestions?

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    Re: Disabling WOPR Workbar in 2003 Causes Problems (Office 2003 / Win XP P

    Hi Teresa:
    I'm not familiar with the WOPR toolbar <img src=/S/blush.gif border=0 alt=blush width=15 height=15>, but it would seem that one of two things is happening. Either Adobe has modified WOPR or other toolbar, OR there is another Adobe add-in. You should be able to check your startup folder to see if there's another Adobe template that's loading (remember, there's an office & a Word startup folder). If not, right click any toolbar & see if there's an Adobe toolbar that's showing. If so, you can either UNcheck it so it doesn't show or delete it. If "Adobe Comments" is a button, you can drag it off the toolbar.

    Another thing to check when you right click the toolbar is whether the Workbar is set to be shown. You should also be able to see this under View/Toolbars. When there are more buttons or toolbars on the same line, there is usually a dropdown arrow at the right edge that, when clicked, will give you access to the rest of the buttons or toolbars.
    Hope this helps,

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