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Solved: Open new file in Documents

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Karae, Mar 12, 2007.

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  1. Karae

    Karae Thread Starter

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    Is there a way to just open a Documents window and click a button or icon to have a clean page to work on without going into another file and opening there and then closing out of that file? In our old Word program we came right into the Document file lists and could click FILE and Open and have a clean sheet.
     
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    Word isn't included with Vista, so I'm confused by your question. Doesn't just opening Word display a blank document? Or are you trying to create a new Word document in the Documents folder by right-clicking and selecting New -> Word Document, and that isn't working?
     
  3. MMJ

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    Ctrl-n

    Is this in vista?
     
  4. uhaligani

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    I have 2007 and 2003 running on Vista. Opening Word, produces a blank document(??) You do, of course, have to select new, otherwise word takes you to your default folder of docs.
     
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