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excel 2003 ... setting up "Look In " within "open"

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    Kev
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    excel 2003 ... setting up "Look In " within "open"

    How do I set the default directory when using the file "OPEN" facility?
    At the moment when I use ,,File> open ,,, the default directory in the
    "look in " box is "my documents",, I would like to change this deafult to
    the excel folder within my documents.

    appreciate any help
    thanks



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    John Mansfield
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    RE: excel 2003 ... setting up "Look In " within "open"

    Kev,

    In the standard toolbar, go to Tools -> Options -> General Tab and near the
    bottom of the dialog box you should see an option for "Default File Location"
    and "At Start-Up, Open All Files In".

    Regards,
    John Mansfield
    http://www.pdbook.com

    "Kev" wrote:

    > How do I set the default directory when using the file "OPEN" facility?
    > At the moment when I use ,,File> open ,,, the default directory in the
    > "look in " box is "my documents",, I would like to change this deafult to
    > the excel folder within my documents.
    >
    > appreciate any help
    > thanks
    >
    >
    >


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    Kev
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    Re: excel 2003 ... setting up "Look In " within "open"

    many thanks John..


    "John Mansfield" <JohnMansfield@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:390A065B-042E-48AD-A8F3-39F6C21BE49D@microsoft.com...
    > Kev,
    >
    > In the standard toolbar, go to Tools -> Options -> General Tab and near
    > the
    > bottom of the dialog box you should see an option for "Default File
    > Location"
    > and "At Start-Up, Open All Files In".
    >
    > Regards,
    > John Mansfield
    > http://www.pdbook.com
    >
    > "Kev" wrote:
    >
    >> How do I set the default directory when using the file "OPEN"
    >> facility?
    >> At the moment when I use ,,File> open ,,, the default directory in the
    >> "look in " box is "my documents",, I would like to change this deafult to
    >> the excel folder within my documents.
    >>
    >> appreciate any help
    >> thanks
    >>
    >>
    >>




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