Hi - thanks to bits an pieces from different people on different forums I have finally found a solution to the disappearing menus for add-in in Word. I went into the STARTUP folder, deleted Normal.dot, replaced my TRADOS6.dot file in STARTUP with a fresh one from the install disk (or find it in the TRADOS folder: C:\Program Files\TRADOS\T65_FL\TT\Templates). Now I have my Trados menu and Flag man functional, though not the Adobe menues (which I really don't need). The thing that lit the candle in my head was a note somewhere about how Word stores info about the add-in menus in the normal.dot (was that someone on this site - if so - thanks a bunch). At least now it should be possible to play around with different add-in menus to get Word to show what ever menus you need (Adobe Acrobat, Trados, RoboHelp etc.) - until MS decides to correct this problem or find an elegant solution!
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