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normal.dot of Microsof Office 2003


Errabond
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After doing some customization of my Word 2003 I was asked if I wanted to save the changes in normal.dot. I answered yes and then I thought it would be wise to store away a copy of that file. I tried to locate it with the Search command, but the file is nowhere to be found! Can anybody help? I would be very grateful

normal.dot for Word2003

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Sea Urchin

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normal.dot is a hidden file. Assuming you're using XP go to Control Panel - Folder Options - View tab and then click on Show hidden files and folders. Click Apply and OK. You will then be able to search it out.

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wee eddie

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If I were you.

I would re-Name 'Normal.dot' to 'Normal.old', before saving your new Settings.

Just in case you wish to return to the Original settings at some time in the future.

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wee eddie

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Also keep a Copy of your Revised 'Normal.dot' as 'Normal.new' in the same Folder.

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Sea Urchin

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You've asked on your other thread where the normal.dot file is held.

Again assuming XP look in Windows Explorer for the following path

C:\Documents and Settings\Your user name\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates

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