This article was previously published under Q291074
For a Microsoft Excel 98 version of this article, see 192217.
For a Microsoft Excel 97 and earlier version of this article, see 125183.
If the Microsoft Excel toolbar file becomes damaged, or is deleted or moved from its original location, you may see the following behavior:
Toolbars and toolbar buttons that you created no longer appear.
Changes that you made to toolbars and toolbar buttons no longer appear.
The default toolbars and toolbar buttons appear.
Note The file name of the Microsoft Excel toolbar file differs for different version of Excel. In Excel 2000, the file name is Excel.xlb. In Excel 2002, the file name is Excel10.xlb. In Excel 2003, the file name is Excel11.xlb.
This behavior occurs if the custom toolbar file is damaged or missing.
Excel stores information about custom toolbars in the Excel toolbar file. If the toolbar file is not located in its installed location when you close Microsoft Excel, Excel creates the file with the default information or any new customizations you made while Excel was running.
If you are using Microsoft Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Me) in the default configuration (without User Profiles enabled), the Excel10.xlb file is stored in the following folder:
If you are using Microsoft Windows NT, the Excel10.xlb file is stored in the following folder: