MS Word Trados Toolbar is Hidden
Thread poster: LanTan

LanTan
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Jan 22, 2009

I was translating a word document using SDL Trados 2007 Build 835, then workbench opened a footnote and splitted Word 2003 window into two. It became normal again once I re-opened the file. But since then my Workbench toolbar has disappeared. WB button itself is still there - but clicking on it gives no result. It is not really convenient to use drop-down WB menu every time. Does anybody know what to do in this case? Thank you.

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Try this... Jan 22, 2009

Hello,

We have an article within the SDL knowledge base which should fix this issue. Please read the following article and follow the instructions provided:

http://talisma.sdl.com/article.aspx?article=1550&p=1

If this does not fix your problem then try replacing your Trados8.dot template. Instructions can be found in the following KB article:

http://talisma.sdl.com/article.aspx?article=1466&p=1

I hope this helps.

Many Thanks,

Gareth Powell
SDL Support Team


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Perfect Jan 22, 2009

It worked. Thank you a lot.

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