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Default How to make Print layout view default

Whenever I am opening a file its open with normal view, I make it print lay
out but after closing the file again same or new file opens with normal view.
Is there anyway to make print layout view as default view?
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Default How to make Print layout view default

Open normal.dot and set the view. Insert a character in the document and
delete it then save normal.dot. this should fix it for new documents, but
existing documents will have the view that was saved with them. If you want
all documents to open in print layout regardless of what was saved, you can
do so with the line

ActiveWindow.View.Type = wdPrintView

in both an autoopen and an autonew macro in normal.dot -
http://www.gmayor.com/installing_macro.htm

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Wali wrote:
Whenever I am opening a file its open with normal view, I make it
print lay out but after closing the file again same or new file opens
with normal view. Is there anyway to make print layout view as
default view?



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