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Well, maybe it was lack of sufficient coffee. I dunno. After a visit to the
MS KB, all of a sudden Word started responding. Maybe a tip 'o the hat to
the mothership was all that was needed?
On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 8:58 AM, Fred Ridder <docudoc -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Chris Morton wrote:
> > That's just it. There isn't any way for me to tell what's
> > engaged and what's not. No check mark shows up adjacent
> > to these menu picks. Yet a check mark *does* appear adjacent
> > to *View* > *Ruler*.
> The icons for items that are selected are displayed inside an
> amber square with a black border (including your Ruler checkmark).
> Icons for non-selected items are shown against the blue gradient
> -Fred Ridder
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