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Hello experts one of our apps open a word document previously recorded. Fills its blank spaces and saves the document in a different location....all works fine....but
Word keeps on its recent documents the name and position of our model document....
How can we remove this particular file from the recent documents without erasing the rest ?
Or even better, how can we prevent the file to get in the list ?
best regards!
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Question by:RaulGM BedoyaZdP
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by:RaulGM BedoyaZdP
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I meant how to do it programatically....
thank you
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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Hi,
pls try
Sub OpenDoc() 
 Documents.Open FileName:="C:\MyFiles\MyDoc.doc", AddToRecentFiles :=False
End Sub

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Regards
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by:RaulGM BedoyaZdP
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Thank you very much !!
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