On occasion, Word may disable an Add-In. You can check if this is the case for SmartEdit by opening the Word options dialog, and selecting the Add-Ins section. This is what it looks like: Word Options Dialog
Scroll down to the section called "Disabled Application Add-ins" as shown at position 1 in the above image. If SmartEdit is shown here, it means Word has disabled it. You can enable it it by proceeding to step 2 in the above screenshot, selecting "Disabled Items" from the drop down, and clicking the Go button. The following dialog will then appear: Word Add-Ins Dialog
In this dialog, make sure that SmartEdit is checked, and exit by clicking OK. If you then restart Word, you should see SmartEdit.
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