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Excel 2010 - Auto recover exceptions for: Unwanted File : Remove setting

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Excel 2010 - Auto recover exceptions for: Unwanted File

In Excel 2010 the options section allows user to specify many settings in Excel.

For example, clicking on File, Option, Save the user will note that there is a setting for "Auto recover exceptions for:" in this setting there is a file name that was created used for several days and never used again. I created this file several years ago. I would like to remove this file name from this setting however I do not understand how I can delete this file setting.

Listed below are several other file settings in the How do I remove this setting? #2Options section of Excel 2010 that I want to delete. One of these settings opens the same file every time I open Excel 2010. I do not want to open this file. How can I delete the file name from the settings listed below?

      Advanced,
            Image Size and Quality
            Display Options for this workbook
            Display  options for this worksheet
            When calculating this workbook
            Lotus compatibility Setting for

See the uploaded image for more information about these unwanted settings.

How do I remove this setting? #2
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regmigrant earned 2000 total points
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That's the name of the current workbook, it's only there when you have the workbook open.

The options you are highlighting are also being taken from there.

If this file opening every time you start excel it sounds like you have saved a copy in the 'xlstart' folder. look for the option "at startup open all files in" and see if there's a copy of you're file in that folder

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Thanks, Reg
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