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    Open at End of Document (2003)

    A long time ago I read in one of the newsletters about how to open an existing document and have the cursor ready at the end of the document (instead of the beginning) so you can just start where you left off.

    Haven't been able to find anything. Any thoughts?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Open at End of Document (2003)

    Hi

    Check this thread: end of document macro (Word 2003)

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    Re: Open at End of Document (2003)

    Welcome to Woody's Lounge!

    You can always press Shift+F5 to go back to the last place where the document was edited, or Ctrl+End to go to the end of a document. Unfortunately, the behavior of Shift+F5 immediately after opening a document was buggy in Word 2000 and 2002; I don't know if this was repaired in Word 2003.

    GoBack (Shift+F5) doesn't work in some newly-opened documents on the Word MVP site contains code to work around this problem.

    OFFICE Watch vol. 6 no 33 also mentions the problem, and a variation on the code.

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    Re: Open at End of Document (2003)

    Thanks, guys! Exactly what I was looking for, and fast, too!

    ~cc~

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