Loss of Wordfast 'help' menu from menu bar in Word 2002
Thread poster: Tony M

Tony M  Identity Verified
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Dec 16, 2008

I am using Wordfast 5.51t3 under Word 2002

Some time ago, I installed a trial version of Adobe Acrobat 9 (since uninstalled)

However, it has left me with 2 unwanted menu headers in the menu bar: Adobe PDF and Acrobat Comments.

Normally, this wouldn't matter too much; but unfortunately, when they arrived, they seem to have removed my Wordfast Help menu — which does matter! I am going to post this same question in the Office apps. forum, but I wanted to ask here if anyone knows how to at least get my Wordfast help menu back?

I have previously asked this same question in the Wordfast support group forum on Yahoo! Groups, but sadly no really conclusive advice was forthcoming there.

Thanks, in advance!


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Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)  Identity Verified
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Add-ins conflicts Dec 16, 2008

In MS Word 2000 and later, menu of Wordfast, Trados, Acrobat PDF etc. cause conflicts. I read that it is a Word program bug.
Many Proz fora explained how to solve the problem. Please search for it.

Soonthon L.


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