Modifying template in Word 2007


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Tom Smith

Word 2007 under Win XP

I've just started using this new version. I've imported a template I used in
Word 2003. I don't seem to be able to change the template so that when it
opens it opens in "normal" view--or at least the equivalent to normal view.
I do seem to be able to open the template, and switch the view to what I
want. I even add and delete a couple of spaces so that the document will
have 'changed'. But when I try to open a document with the new template, it
comes up in print view.

Any suggestions? As usual, thanks to all. Tom
 
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Beth Melton

By default in Word 2007 documents will not open in Draft (formerly Normal)
View. However, these steps will change the default behavior:

- Click the Microsoft Office Button
- Click Word Options
- Click Advanced
- Under the General section at the bottom, select "Allow opening a document
in Draft view"

Please post all follow-up questions to the newsgroup. Requests for
assistance by email cannot be acknowledged.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Beth Melton
Microsoft Office MVP

Coauthor of Word 2007 Inside Out:
http://www.microsoft.com/MSPress/books/9801.aspx#AboutTheBook

Word FAQ: http://mvps.org/word
TechTrax eZine: http://mousetrax.com/techtrax/
MVP FAQ site: http://mvps.org/
 
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Tom Smith

Thanks very much for the help. Tom

Beth Melton said:
By default in Word 2007 documents will not open in Draft (formerly Normal)
View. However, these steps will change the default behavior:

- Click the Microsoft Office Button
- Click Word Options
- Click Advanced
- Under the General section at the bottom, select "Allow opening a
document in Draft view"

Please post all follow-up questions to the newsgroup. Requests for
assistance by email cannot be acknowledged.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Beth Melton
Microsoft Office MVP

Coauthor of Word 2007 Inside Out:
http://www.microsoft.com/MSPress/books/9801.aspx#AboutTheBook

Word FAQ: http://mvps.org/word
TechTrax eZine: http://mousetrax.com/techtrax/
MVP FAQ site: http://mvps.org/
 
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Beth Melton

You're welcome. :)

Please post all follow-up questions to the newsgroup. Requests for
assistance by email cannot be acknowledged.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Beth Melton
 

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