Word 2007

  brindly 17:42 09 Feb 10

I haveam running Word 2007 and each time i open it the document is aligned right and I think this might be affecting the print out when I print a lable. The first three lines of the address are to the right of the lable but the rest are printed on the left. How can I set as default for the curser to be alighned left whenever I open word or a new document?

  Daveboy 13:13 10 Feb 10

Your default blank doc (Normal.docm)template must be set up as "align right".
Open word and press F1 (Help) and type Normal.doc in the search box, this opens the help that shows how to make changes to that template.

  Pineman100 16:55 10 Feb 10

Shouldn't that be Normal.doT?

  brindly 16:59 10 Feb 10

Thanks. Its easy when you know how

  bremner 16:59 10 Feb 10

In 2007 it is normal.dotm

  Pineman100 19:08 11 Feb 10

Thanks bremner. I must get a new version of Office!

  wiz-king 19:32 11 Feb 10

Don't do it! Office 2007 is the biggest failure of an updated prog I have ever come across. After using it for several months all of my office removed it and went back to 2003!

  Woolwell 19:55 11 Feb 10

Hm - I quite like Office 2007. It does take a while to get used to.

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