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Posted By On November 22, 2004 @ 12:05 PM In MS Office Help | Comments Disabled
Whenever I start my computer, this little gray box that has some photos in it appears on the top of my desktop. Can you tell me what it is and how I can get rid of it? It layers itself on top of every program I open and is annoying!
Oh, boy… the dreaded Works Portfolio. It’s great if you’re inserting images all the time, but it can be an eye sore if you don’t use it at all. Fortunately, there is a way to keep it from lurking around your desktop.
First, click somewhere on the gray box to fully open the Portfolio.
Then click on the Tasks menu and select Options . In the Options window, uncheck the “Start the Works Portfolio every time I start Windows” box. Then click OK .
Now, back at the Portfolio, select Close under the Tasks menu or hit Alt+F4 . The popular “Are you sure?” window will appear. Just check the “don’t show this again” box, click NO! , and all your troubles should be solved… Well, at least that problem anyway.
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