The menu toolbar allows navigation around a program. If you have experienced an issue that the menu bar is no longer visible, you will need to restore it. The menu bar on the program you are using is directly under the title bar and has options such as "File, Edit, View, Insert and Help." The exact buttons vary from one program to another. Each software program has its own directions for recovering the menu toolbar.
Enable the menu toolbar in Internet Explorer by right-clicking on the IE browser in a empty tab bar. Click the check mark beside "Menu bar." If the menu bar is still not displayed, press "Alt-T" on the keyboard, select "Internet options" and click "Advanced." Click on the "Reset" button and then click the check box beside "Delete personal settings" and click "Reset" again.
Enable the menu toolbar on Firefox by opening the Firefox browser and pressing the "Alt, V" keys at the same time. Select "Toolbars" and then click on "Menu bar." As a last resort remove the Firefox program and reinstall again.
Enable the menu toolbar in Microsoft Word by checking to see if the the menu is fully expanded. Sometimes the toolbar is unable to display the menu bar but there will be a double downward "V," so click on the "V" to expand it. Microsoft Word will save the button you use most often on the title bar.
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