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How do I have a word document open without any taskbar,office button etc. just the document.

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How do I have a word document open without any taskbar,office button etc. just the document.

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office 2010
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by:andymacf
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It sounds like you are on full screen view, try pressing F11 to return to normal view
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by:KH_IT
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I would like for the document to open in full screen view by default
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andymacf earned 200 total points
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Oh, ok, check out this article:

http://www.vbaexpress.com/kb/getarticle.php?kb_id=210

That should do the job

Cheers
Andy
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