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AutoNew Oustide of Normal.dotm

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Hi.  I have an AutoNew() VBA subroutine that executes whenever a user creates a new Word document.  Right now, this subroutine is in Normal.dotm and works great.  I, however, need to deploy this subroutine to other users, who do not want to overwrite their Normal.dotm files.  Is there an alternate way to deploy an AutoNew() subroutine without overwriting Normal.dotm files?  Thank you.
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Put the code into each relevant document template, i.e. those that are used to create your organisation's documents.
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