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Auto Save Drafts every 1 minute for office 2013

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is there a way to make drafts save every 1 minute for all my users? not a user change but maybe a GP change
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by:McKnife
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You mean the auto recovery information?
Yes, if you have the administrative templates at hand on your server, it's User Config > Admin Templates > Microsoft Word 2013 > Tools/Options > Save

 ->Enable "Save AutoRecover Info" and specify a number of minutes.

(I guess it will be this location for office 2013, too. Used to be there)
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since we are using office 2013 it seems everything is online. where would i find the template?
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Wait, are you using office 365? Our office 2013 is offline, that's why I ask.
The templates can be downloaded at microsoft and should be imported at your DC. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35554 has them.
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sorry for the confusion we are using office 2013
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