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Thread: Normal (Office 2000 SR1)
2002-04-04, 20:26 #1
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Normal (Office 2000 SR1)
I keep getting messages asking me if I want to replace "normal". What's normal or where do I find a simplified discussion of normal and/or global templates.
Where do I find the easiest to understand information about Macros. I want to get rid of the United States of American thing in the address book. I have the instructions. Don't know where Macros are or how to fix them.
2002-04-05, 06:42 #2
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Re: Normal (Office 2000 SR1)
You can find a tremendous amount of information about templates, macros and Word in general, at
They have FAQs, Tutorials and a Search option.
Normal, or to be more precise Normal.dot, is the default template used by Word. If you start Word directly (not by opening a document), of if you click the "New" button on the standard toolbar, you see a new document based on Normal.dot.
Normal.dot stores all kinds of customizations you can make to Word - see the above link. When you intentionally or accidentally modify some of these, the changes will be saved to Normal.dot.