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Using MS Office 2003 in our Office at work.

How do I make the default MS Word view always be Print Layout?
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The initial view for a document is saved with it. A new document will open with its template view. For most documents that will be the Normal template.

To change the template, open it as a document, change the view and save it.

The Normal template is in the User Templates folder (see Options/File locations)_
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