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Is there a way to set your defaults in those programs so that you do not have to make changes to the defaults every time you open a new document? It gives me a box with blue fill, so I change it, say set as default and that is great for this one document.  Next document, I have to do it again, and again for each document.  There should be a way to change it for me.. right?
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by:Dan Craciun
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You can create a document just the way you like it, then save it as a template (dotx).

After that, simply open the template and you'll have it the way you set it up.

HTH,
Dan
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by:bergquistcompany
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what if the document I open comes from a template and I adjust it then I'd need to have access to the original template correct?  No other way around that.
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No, you can save the modified document as a new template.
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great thanks
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