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BoneFishGA

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How do you stop that Office shortcut bar from coming up every time I reboot my computer?
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Right-click it and select Exit.

Then you'll get a message box asking you if you want the Office Shortcut Bar to start automatically when you start Windows.
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I right clicked and clicked exit but I did not get a message asking me anything.
It just closed.
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I'm not exactly sure what I did but it seems to have stop auto starting.
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I spoke too soon. I guess my laptop was in hibernation instead of re-boot. So the shortcut bar is still auto-loading. It doesn't seem like it should be this hard but I can't find any message box that gives me the chance to change this auto-loading option.
Any help would be appreciated cause I get tired of waiting for this thing to load every time I start my computer.
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Sounds fishy to me - a) you should get the option to not load it upon booting, but more worryingly b) you shouldn't have to wait around for it to load - mine takes, at most, a couple of seconds (literally)

What version of MS Office are you running? also, what's your OS, memory etc.
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Sorry for the slow reply,
I have:
1300 MHz processor
1.3GHz, 224MB Ram
Windows XP
Office 2007

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