The Toolbars tab of the Customize dialog box. In the list of available toolbars, select the one you want to reset. Click on the Reset button. Click on OK to reset the toolbar. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for each toolbar you want to reset. Click on Close to dismiss the Customize dialog box.How do you Keep Your toolbar from disappearing?
The first option to check if the taskbar keeps disappearing is whether the auto-hide function has been enabled. Auto-hide causes the taskbar to disappear until it is moused over. To solve this problem, users right-click on the taskbar and click properties. They then uncheck the auto-hide option.How do you keep toolbar visible in Excel?
Click on the Toolbars option in the list to open the second drop-down list containing all available toolbars. Click on the name of a toolbar in the list to make it visible in Excel. After you complete this process, the toolbar should remain visible in Excel the next time you open the program.Why does the toolbar keep disappearing?
There are a few reasons why the taskbar or toolbar in a Windows computer can disappear. The most common reasons are that the taskbar was moved or minimized or that the explorer.exe program stopped running. The latter problem is something fairly common that occurs in older operating systems and might be only fully solved by a fresh install.