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Default How do I set Word so it doesn't open each document in a separate .

I would like to set MS Word so that it doesn't open a whole new window for
each document that is opened or created. I previously used Word 97, and it
allowed me to switch between multiple open files by simply accessing the
"window" menu. The proliferation of open windows is very annoying and messy.
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If you don't have the option g-n-o refers to, see
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Customization/SDIMDI.htm (or upgrade to Word
2002/2003).

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"ankara1402" wrote in message
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I would like to set MS Word so that it doesn't open a whole new window for
each document that is opened or created. I previously used Word 97, and it
allowed me to switch between multiple open files by simply accessing the
"window" menu. The proliferation of open windows is very annoying and

messy.

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