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How do I disable the read-only prompt when I open a WORD document in Office 2013?
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If this particular documents only, then open each and as read-write and save it without the 'Read-only recommended' checkbox ticked. This is in General Options in the Tools dropdown next to the Save button of the Save As dialogue.
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I don't see a Tools menu in WORD 2013.
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Is it not on the 'Save As' dialogue?
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I used a Word 2002 to make the change.
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I never did find the solution for Office 2013, I used an earlier version of WORD.
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