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MSOffice default directory

  1. #1
    grz01@spray.se
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    MSOffice default directory

    Hi,

    When I create a new document in any MSOffice application, and first
    save it to disk,
    the dialog always comes up with "My Documents" as default-directory,
    which I think is pretty annoying.


    I would rather prefer if the default directory was the last directory
    where
    you saved a new document, or maybe the directory where you last opened
    a document or something more sensible...


    So... is there any setting somewhere to change this behaviour?


    Thanks,
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    grz 01


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    In Tools - Options - General, change the default file location

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    Max
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    Re: MSOffice default directory

    "grz01@spray.se" wrote:
    > .. "My Documents" as default-directory,
    > .. is there any setting somewhere to change this behaviour?


    In Excel, click: Tools > Options > General tab
    Change the path for "default file location" > OK
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  4. #4
    DL
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    Re: MSOffice default directory

    You can change the default Folder, but I dont believe you can do what you
    want

    <grz01@spray.se> wrote in message
    news:1149356600.186784.320460@y43g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...
    Hi,

    When I create a new document in any MSOffice application, and first
    save it to disk,
    the dialog always comes up with "My Documents" as default-directory,
    which I think is pretty annoying.


    I would rather prefer if the default directory was the last directory
    where
    you saved a new document, or maybe the directory where you last opened
    a document or something more sensible...


    So... is there any setting somewhere to change this behaviour?


    Thanks,
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    -

    grz 01



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