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I have configured a new dot file which shows document path on the network when we print the document.Name is docpath.dot.
I want to supply this docpath.dot to all my domain clients over Group Policy.

please can someone configure it with me ?,tomorrow all my users can use it.

I have word 2000 and word 2010 on my network .could be word 2000 problem.?

Thank you
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Your first sentence is a little confusing, but the Workgroup Templates folder should be the same as  your template's folder.
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i just opened normal.dot file and configured FOOTER ,then save as named dochpath.dot
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OK, so you want to share a new template between users. Shared templates will be easier to find if there are in the Workgroup Templates folder. I don't know how Group Policy works, but I'm pretty sure that it should be able to set up that option for your users, and that it will be the same for Word 2000 and Word 2010
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thanks
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