Trados menu disappeared
Thread poster: Toiny Van der Putte-Rademakers
Toiny Van der Putte-Rademakers  Identity Verified
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May 9, 2006

Yesterday I had to reformat the c-partition on my hard disk. After re-installing Trados I cannot unroll the menu under the Trados man in red in the Word toolbar (with commands like 'shrink' and ' expand'). Has anyone out there any idea how this can be repaired?

I have Trados 5.5 and Word 2000, Windows XP.


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Trevor Butcher
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Choosing a different toolbar button May 10, 2006

Hi Toiny,

On my machine there are 2 buttons, one which goes straigt to the workbench, and next to it an almost identical button that allows me to selct from a mini drop-down menu. Is this what you want?

If you right click on the area of the toolbars it should bring up the shortcut menu to select toolbars. Click the one right at the bottom (I don't know what it would be called for you, my machine is in Polish). This will bring up a special tool that will allow you to select what buttons you want on any toolbar - you just click on one and drag it onto the toolbar you want it.

I am not a Trados user, but I hope this helps.

Trevor


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Thank you. May 11, 2006

Thank you Trevor! You are right. It is just that before re-installation it looked different.

Toiny.


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