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Where do I change the default open location for Word 2010?
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Question by:randyphillips
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Select File - Options - Save. Change default file location to the path you want.

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Ah - so Save sets the Open location?   Didn't know that.  ugh
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That's Microsoft's logic for you
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Funny - I looked all around and should know better.  <smile>
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