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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by JulieAsking, Oct 3, 2003.

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  1. JulieAsking

    JulieAsking Thread Starter

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    Is there any way I can choose to have the Header/Footer dialogue box have a default tick next to "Different First Page"? I managed to somehow have this happen on one of my templates but have no idea how. It just saves interminable clicking!

    Thanks anyone.
    Julie
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    Are we talking about Microsoft Word here, WordPerfect or ..

    On the chance that its Word you are referring to, locate your "normal.dot" template.

    Where it is stored depends on the version of Word and your operating system. There will be one occurrence of the file for each user logging on the PC.

    Its marked as a system file, so enable the viewing of these files before you go looking. It will be there. This is assuming Windows OS. If its a Mac, cant help you.

    Open it in Word, and make all the selections you want as a default. Save it, and from then on every new document will inherit those options.
     
  3. JulieAsking

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    Thank you so much for your reply. I wondered what the secret could be!

    Julie
     
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