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Does document_new or document_open get called when creating a Word Document from a template

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What VBA sub-procedure gets called when creating a document from a template-document_open or document_new?  I assumed it would be document_new but I'm not 100%.
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if you are creating a new document form a template then its the Document_New procedure that gets called.

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