Still no tool bars on my Word
Thread poster: humbird
Feb 5, 2011

This have been discussed many times before, but I'm still unable to find solution, so I am posting this again.
I am having a lot of difficulties installing TRADOS8.dotm. OS for my PC is Window7, and MS Office is 2010 (somehow I managed to find TRADOS8.dot). For this reason I even installed Office 2007 so the instruction in KB at Trados Support may become applicable.
But since that good old Tools>Options etc. is not a mode of MS Office 2007, how I can find Word Startup?
Another thing is I am unable to find TRADOS8.dotm for my WorkBench. Again, what I found at http://talisma.sdl.com/display/2/index.aspx?c=&cpc=&cid=&cat=&catURL=&r=0.657901883125305
so far is no use (they need to update that page to fit Window7 and MS Office 2010 or 2007, I guess).

Someone out there, please help me on this. Thanks,


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Isabelle Derson  Identity Verified
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did you try... Feb 6, 2011

the office button (in the upper-left corner) + Word options + add-ins ?

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humbird
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Case closed! Feb 6, 2011

Ritht after I posted, I found the solution! Yes, Isabelle, that's what I did!
Many thanks......


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