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any easy way to specify initial cursor position with Lotus Notes stationery

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is there an easy way to specify initial cursor position when opening Lotus Notes stationery ?
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Not that i know of.

In theory, you might be able to do something in code for the template, since it is really just a document.

Other option would be to modify the template to include something that runs after the template opens, and allows you to enter code to place the cursor.

I hope this helps !
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thanks for response...yeah...I guess it probably does over-complicate this for the majority of stationery users....
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