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Could someone please tell me what I need to do so when I start Delphi I don't get a blank form and project each time?


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what do you want on open??

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hi,
in the start menu (or like me in your quicklauch toolbar) put a shortcut to delphi and change the properties to:

E:\Borland\Delphi\Bin\delphi32.exe /np


the /np means no project ,this starts delphi with no project loaded .

Regards Barry
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