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    'Save as Web Page' (only) (2K SP3)

    Somehow the File menu was changed so that underneath "Save" is "Save as Web Page" where "Save as..." used to be. I don't know how this happened. The only way save as a Word document is to proceed with "Save as Web Page" then change to ".doc" in drop-down within the dialogue box that follows "Save as Web Page." How do I get the old (default) setting back, short of starting with a new normal.dot -- which I don't want to do because I have a customized setup for Word.
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    Re: 'Save as Web Page' (only) (2K SP3)

    Haven't heard of this one before. The first thing would be to restart Windows just in case Word has been temporarily mangled. A second thing to try, if your menus have not been customized, is to reset them: Tools>Customize..., Toolbars tab, select Menu bar, click Reset. Does that help?

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    Re: 'Save as Web Page' (only) (2K SP3)

    Or, less drastic than Jefferson's suggestion:
    - Select Tools | Customize...
    - Activate the Commands tab.
    - Select the File category.
    - Locate Save as... in the list of commands, and drag it to the File menu.
    - The File menu will drop down.
    - Drop the Save as... item under the Save item.
    - Close the Customize dialog.

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    Re: 'Save as Web Page' (only) (2K SP3)

    This did it! Thanks.

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