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Lotus 123 opens same workbook first, then selected workbook.

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We have Lotus SmartSuite 9.8. When Lotus123 is opened it always opens the same workbook file called contacts. If you select another workbook, by d-clicking the selected doc, the it will open contacts then the selected workbook. If we totally remove the file from the server, Lotus will open all workbooks without the contacts workbook opening. We have copied all the content from the contact workbook and saved it in another workbook name and it still opens the contact or whatever file name first, then the requested file.

We have checked for add-ins, macros and scripts that may pull the first workbook in, but have found nothing. There are not a lot of default settings in Lotus, so what we have checked has not pointed to any file opening first.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Any ideas at all????
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