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I want to make office 2003 the default instead of office 2007

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I installed office 2007 and I want now to make office 2003 the default instead of office 2007 but without removing Office 2007 just for opening DOC's.

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Does my solution on the Excel question not answer this, with the .doc extension as opposed to .xls?

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Apologies, I thought you were the poster of a very similar question for Excel earlier today.

Here is the solution:

(1) Double Click 'My Computer'
(2) Click Tools => Folder Options
(3) Click 'File Types' tab
(4) Find DOC and click change.
(5) Browse for 2003 version of Word and select
(6) Repeat steps (4) & (5) for DOT and any other types of Word file that you often use.

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Jell
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Thank you very much, and sorry for the delay.
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