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Thread: Stupid Problem with "EZP" Buttons in Toolbar!




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    This has been a long-time problem with the MS Word on my Dell. The problem is the ever-growing number of "EZP" buttons in the Toolbar. They are trying to find Easy Photo, but are unsuccessful at each start-up of the program, so a new button is created each time. Every now and then I clear them away by "Resetting" the Toolbar. I have poked around, but have been unsuccessful at resolving the problem. Any ideas anyone?

    BTW. I do not remember when it first started and I never called Dell about it. The first year of customer service ended a few years ago!

    The OS is Windows 2000.

    It's no biggy if there's no solution. I've obviously been able to put up wit it for a long time.
    :-(

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    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    here is a good solution

    guaranteed to work

    ***sorry, I couldn't help myself***: peace2:
    :cheers:
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    That's a great "thinking out of the box" solution. Will investigate it further. :)
    :-(

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    Mr. C, Thanks for the tip. I finally got a chance to go over the steps. Problem solved. Thanks again. :)
    :-(

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    Does this count as my good deed for this day, or for that day:confused:

    Glad to help :)
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    It depends on whether you're operating at a deficit or not. It counts as as year's worth in my book. :thumb:
    :-(

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