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    Barbara
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    Hi, I've somewhat recreated my corrupt site, but now I can't customize my
    naviation bar. It was always set to custom and now I can't check that
    buttom, it remains in site. What can I do?

    Thanks for your help,
    Barbara J



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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbara View Post
    Hi, I've somewhat recreated my corrupt site, but now I can't customize my
    naviation bar. It was always set to custom and now I can't check that
    buttom, it remains in site. What can I do?

    Thanks for your help,
    Barbara J
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    Barbara
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    Hi, I'm running this site on XP and I do not have that choice.

    Thanks,
    Barbara


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    > Barbara wrote:
    >> Hi, I've somewhat recreated my corrupt site, but now I can't customize
    >> my
    >> naviation bar. It was always set to custom and now I can't check that
    >> buttom, it remains in site. What can I do?
    >>
    >> Thanks for your help,
    >> Barbara J

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    Delete the navigation bar and insert a new one.

    If the old one is corrupt, that will fix the problem.
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    Hi, That didn't work.

    Thanks,
    Barbara J

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    Barbara,

    Can you create a template of one or two of the pages and post here, so we can dig deeper?
    Paul - Aditerum Ltd and AllSortsOfStuff Ltd
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    As I was saving my template to send to you, my computer crashed. Since I needed to upload everything onto a new pc, I decided now was the time to migrate to version 11, which had been sitting on my desk. As soon as i opened the file, I tested my navigation, now it works. Thanks for your support!

    Barbara

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