Version 4.x

If Acronyms Master Ribbon button (in Office 2007/2010/2013) doesn't load after you open the Microsoft Word program, close and reopen the Microsoft Word.

If Acronyms Master still doesn't load, do the following:
1. Check if your Microsoft Word allows add-ins.
2. Manually enable the Acronyms Master add-in.

To manually enable the Acronyms Master add-in:

In Office 2007, click the "Office" button, and then click the "Word Options" button.

Office button

In Office 2010, click "File" and, then click the "Options" button.

File Button

From the opened Options window, select "Trust Center" in the column on the left.

Trust Center

Click the "Trust Center Settings..." button.

Trust Center

Select "Add-ins" in the column on the left, and verify that all checkboxes are unselected.

Click "OK" and restart the Office program.

To check if your Microsoft Word allows add-ins

- In Office 2007, click the "Office" button, and then click the "Word Options" button.
- In Office 2010/2013, click "File" and, then click the "Options" button.

From the opened Options window, select "Add-Ins" in the column on the left.

Add-ins

From the "Manage" combobox at the bottom of the window, select "COM Add-ins", and then click the "Go" button.

COM Add-Ins

Verify that the Acronyms Master add-in checkbox is selected and that the "Load Behavior" read-only field shows "Load at Startup".

If Acronyms Master is disabled, click the "Office" button, and then click the "Word Options" button --> "Add-Ins".

Disabled Items

From the "Manage" combobox at the bottom of the window, select "Disabled Items", and then click the "Go" button.

Disabled Items

Select the Acronyms Master Addin row, and then click the "Enable" button.

Restart your Office program.