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2007 default template won't hold on new docs

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by KHemler, Jul 21, 2008.

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  1. KHemler

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    I just got the new 2007 version of word and am trying to figure out how to change the default settings on my word docs. I have searched everywhere on the internet including the microsoft website. I have found several people who have the same problem but not one answer on how to fix it (that has worked). I have tried all suggestions, including changing the default on each individual heading, ie font, paragraph, etc. (and saving the doc), changing the style default (and saving the doc), going into Manage Styles and clicking on the restrict button (P.S. It won't allow me to), and changing the Word template for all word docs (and saving the doc template). Even though, the template shows the changes I want when I go into it, each new document still reverts to the calibri 11pt font with multiple spacing and lines. I have done everything that people are saying to do and not one of the suggestions are working. Does anyone have an answer to this problem?

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