novaPDF includes an add-in for Microsoft Office applications, that once successfully installed will show up in the toolbar/ribbon of your programs (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visio). In some cases, if the add-in encounters an error, Microsoft Word might disable the add-in automatically thus the toolbar button won't show up anymore even after restarting the program.
In order to re-enable it you have to follow these steps:
In Microsoft Word 2007 open the Word Options dialog and go to the Add-Ins page
On the bottom of the window, choose Disabled items and in the Manage combo box press Go…
In the next dialog, remove novaPDF from the list
Close Microsoft Word and re-open it, the novaPDF button should now show up.
If this does not solve the problem, either contact us directly or via the forum at //forum.novapdf.com providing the following details too:
What edition, version and build number of novaPDF do you use (see on About page)?
What Microsoft Office version do you have (32 or 64 bits)?
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