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I have microsoft word 2003. On the top of a document there are the optional tabs like file, edit, view, insert, format, tools, table, windows, help.
I accidently deleted the file and edit tabs (not sure how exactly i think i dragged them off).
Need urgent help would be grateful for any advice
 

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when you close then reopen do they reappear? If not, then try to customized and reinsert them. view - customized.

There may be another way but I am not currently on a computer with word 2003 on it.
 

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Thanks 4 trying Sorbeit.
No they don't come back even when I re-open the page. Itried the customize route but it doesnt work as you are not given the option of inserting the whole category (e.g.file) insteadyou can insert each command within the category. Any other suggestions?
 

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Hello...
I have an answer to your problem...
Open Microsoft Word (Start->Programs->Microsoft Office->Microsoft Office Word 2003)...
Then inside the Microsoft Office Word 2003...
Go to View (Click View)
Then click Toolbars
Click Customize
Then Choose the "Commands" Tab
And under "Categories", choose "Built-in Menus"..
You will see at the right part the different Menus..
There you can see the menu that you had removed...
(File, Edit, View, Insert, etc....)
If you want to add the "File" into the menu
just drag on it and drop it on its default location.. (drag the "File")
There you go...
It appears again :) :) :)

Hope I help...
I tried it myself and found it to be working :) :) :)

-chad
 
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