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    David Renaud
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    Default Moving Toolbars and Menus

    Every time I open ArcMap 10 it seems that the toolbars and menus have chosen a new place to sit. There are two configurations I have noticed. I have no idea of how it decides which one to use. Is there a way to lock the toolbar and menu locations?

    Also, when I try to move the toolbars I lock up ArcWonderful. Is this normal behavior? I am running a 64 bit Win 7 machine with a 7 core processor and something like 9MB of memory, so this should be enough - right?

    Thanks for any help.

    dr

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    Calvin Heinly
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    Default Re: Moving Toolbars and Menus

    Having the same issue running Arcview 10 SP2 single user on 64bit widows 7 with 12 gigbits ram
    seem like every time i open ArcMap and try to add or move a toolbar goes no responcive. I am working totally locally.

    Any idea of how to fix this?

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    Jim Pomplun
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    Default Re: Moving Toolbars and Menus

    I have the same problem. and no I will not delete my normal.mxt file. I've had to rebuild my toolbars too many times with 10 already.

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    Jed Roberts
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    Default Re: Moving Toolbars and Menus

    I am having the same issue. Note that I can move some toolbars around without locking ArcMap, but attempting to dock others (in my case, Topology) freezes up the program.

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    Jim Pomplun
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    Jim Pomplun
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    Ketchikan, AK 99901 USA

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