Word in full screen


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Orlando Gondar

Is there any command - line that I can add to Word's shortcut
so it starts in full mode ?

Thanks
 
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Doug Robbins

Use an autoexec() macro containing the following command:

ActiveWindow.View.FullScreen = True

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Graham Mayor

Or right click the shortcut and set the property run: to maximized.

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Orlando Gondar

Maximized is the way I had all my programs, that is not full screen view

How I do do this Micro for word?

ActiveWindow.View.FullScreen = True
 
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Orlando Gondar

I tryed, but I got an error saying that could not be done since there was no
document oppened, the idea was that when I double-click a word
document on explorer, it will show me the document in full screen.
 
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Graham Mayor

The macro is running before the document opens - try changing its name from
Autoexec to Autoopen to give the document chance to open first.

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