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Missing menu items

PowerPoint 2000 tries to simplify your life by showing you an abbreviated set of menu items that features only the items most often used by most people.

If you want to see the other available menu options, click the bottommost item on the opened up menu (it looks a little like a down-pointing arrowhead). PowerPoint remembers the menu options you choose and rearranges the menus on the fly so that your most-used menu choices are at the top of the drop-down menus.

When menu options change this way, it can be disconcerting. If you'd rather your menu options stayed put, here's what you can do:

Now PowerPoint will show you all of the options on its menus

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Last update 07 June, 2011