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    view custom toolbars (Word 2002 /XP SP3)

    Hello

    I have template with custom toolbars. One toolbar is a General toolbar for all users to View. the other toolbar is an Admin toolbar, for admin users only.

    I've accidentally released the template with both toolbars viewable. My dilema is I need to display only the General toolbar. and turn off the admin toolbar.

    A solution I thought of was:
    in the template if I turn on the General toolbar and turn off the Admin toolbar and save. Will this work even if the Admin toolbar is already viewable?

    diana

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    Re: view custom toolbars (Word 2002 /XP SP3)

    You have the ability to switch out the "whoops" template for a new one, and the toolbars are only in the template, not added to Normal.dot? In that case, it should work.

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    Re: view custom toolbars (Word 2002 /XP SP3)

    I did that and it didnt work. <img src=/S/doh.gif border=0 alt=doh width=15 height=15> as it still displayed the Admin toolbar.

    I was trying to avoid writing code, but in the end I had to write code.

    ...when you turn on/off your toolbars view where does that get stored in the system? in the normal.dot, in the profile?

    diana

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    Re: view custom toolbars (Word 2002 /XP SP3)

    If you're writing code anyway, you can prevent users from turning on/off a commandbar by adding the line

    <font face="Georgia">Commandbars("name").Protection = msoBarNoChangeVisible</font face=georgia>

    After this, the commandbar doesn't show in the list of commandbars.

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