[mso] Re: Word 2000 home page

Since Word isn't a browswer and the term home page is associated with a
web page, I'm not sure what you mean. In Word, templates are used as
default styles for new documents. So if the question is whether you can
design/revise a new blank (or not so blank) page to open each time you
start word, the answer is yes. OR, if you mean you'd like Word to open
each time and instantly display a previous document you'd written so you
can modify it and resave it as a new doc, the answer is still yes. But
if you're asking whether you can have Word open to instantly display a
page from the web, I'm not familiar with any way to do that???


Dian Chapman
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Sent: Saturday, May 04, 2002 3:34 AM
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Subject: [mso] Word 2000 home page


Hej
Is it possible to make a page your home page in word 2000

knud
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