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Customizing the New tab of the backstage in word 2010

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I’m trying to change the function of the new tab on the backstage of word 2010 so that it only shows our corporate templates, which are stored on the network

Is this possible

I would like to show previews of the templates on the network ( in the same way as the built in tab shows previews of office online templates
 default new tab
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Sorry, I've seen this already, and its not what I need, I want to change the default "New" tab, not create a different one

But thanks for the prompt reply
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I had posted a similar question: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/MS_Office/Word/Q_26487494.html.

Although no solution was found, there are a few work-arounds noted.
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It appears as there is no way to do this bar the work arounds you mentioned, thanks.
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