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Subject:Perhaps another Word Virus? From:Angela <amoore -at- SOFTDESK -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 21 May 1996 15:40:26 -0700
Could this be another Word Virus? I'm using Word 7 on Win95, and my =
toolbars keep messing up. They look fine until I do anything (like =
changing views) and then all the toolbars "redecorate" themselves. =
Little pictures cover the buttons, usually a graphic something that is =
not located anywhere else on the screen. Last time they were little =
computers, this time they are big question marks. They don't cleanly =
overlap, as if the bmp were being switched.=20
This could be a memory problem, or even something caused by the latest =
build from my developers. I think it could be a virus though, because =
three other people here are having similar problems.
Thanks for your help!
(o o) =20
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