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Registry Settings for WordBasic.SetProfileString "MS Word User"

Posted on 2007-10-09
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I have inherited a Word Template with some Macros.  One of the Macros uses WordBasic.GetProfileString and SetProfileString.  For the most part everything is working.  The problem is I need to copy the setting from one machine to another and I can't find the registry key(s) that containg these settings.  Anybody know where it is stored?
Question by:rkanter
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GrahamSkan earned 500 total points
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Second Wordbasic question within a week. I haven't even put the manual away. Try the win.ini file in the Windows (e.g. WINNT) folder.

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Thanks for your help.

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