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sammyW

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Hello,

I was wondering if anyone knew why window xp (SP2) is not recognising my up-to-date panda antivirus software. Also there is another thing bugging me. I want to create another shortcut toolbar (if thats the correct name?), that can hold shortcut icons, similiar to quicklaunch toolbar, which I already have.

I would be very grateful with any help.

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peterm

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Panda - Dont know
Toolbar hold your cursor down near the start button - not on it right click
add new toolbar
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Thanks for the quick reply.

When I add another toolbar, it just places like an expanding link on the taskbar. When I click on the ">>" it expands like the start menu, and lets you select the items. I was wondering if it was possible to get a seperate toolbar positioned, say up the side of the screen, and has all the icons visible like the "quick lauch toolbar". The reason is, I seen to have too many in the "quick launch toolbar", and wish to put some more elsewere.
Do you have any thoughts on this.
Thanks heaps!
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do you have microsoft office
it has it's own quick launch toolbar and you can addother programs to run of it
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Thats interesting. Yes I do have MS office. Do you know you I should go about, creating this office toolbar?
Thanks,
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is office already installed ?

Use the Office Shortcut Bar
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You can use the Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar for single-click access to the resources you use most often. You can quickly start a new file, open an existing file, or start an Office program.

On the Microsoft Windows Start menu, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office Shortcut Bar.
Note For Help using the Office Shortcut Bar, click the Office Shortcut Bar menu , and then click Help.
I have used this to launch other programs
If you get stuck let me know

Edited by peterm, 03 June 2005 - 11:12 PM.

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Thanks for the reply. I have actually deleted a few things out of the programs menu, and it appears microsoft office tool was one of them. I was wondering if that is any other way to access this MS office shortcut bar.
Thanks mate,
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Have you got the office cd? if so throw it in the drive and when it starts
depending on what office version you have it gives you the option to install
as original or you can see if it is still there
right click either Start or my computer go to explore
C:\documents and settings\allusers\startmenu\programs\microsoft office tools does this have a short cut there?
or try search and type in microsoft shortcut bar.
what office version are you using
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I'm using office 2003. I heard somewhere that they have taken away this option for MS office 2003. I looked the shortcut bar, definately not there. Thanks for your help Peterm
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panda some times dint able it .. to do auto updates
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Your right they have got rid of it
You can install it from another earlier version of office
or 3rd party or check this out
No shortcut bar
Cheers
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