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Centralized Auto-Correct for all Office 2010 programs?

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Is there any program that allows us to set up auto-correct on our network so that all Office programs running on our domain will use that one file?  We have a template but its not universally installed and we get issues when clients with their own Word templates edit our files and send it back.  We want the auto-correct to work in Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint which the Word Template doesn't work.
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There is no such program to accomplish this.
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Ok I figured since I didn't hear anything that that was the answer.  Thanks.
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