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Even though the Folder view is set to show full path, in windows. Word does
not show the full path.
How does I make Word show the full path?

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Default How do I set Word 2003 to show the full path of the file edited?

To show the path in the Word window title bar, click on Tools |
Macro | Macros, add the following line to your AutoOpen macro:

ActiveWindow.Caption = ActiveDocument.FullName

To show the path in the Word toolbar area, click on Tools |
Customize | Commands | Categories: Web | Commands: Address. Drag
the Address command to your toolbar area. Click on Close. If
you are prompted to save changes to your Normal.dot global
template when you exit Word, say yes.


M Lindberg wrote:
Even though the Folder view is set to show full path, in windows. Word does
not show the full path.
How does I make Word show the full path?


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While G-n-o provided the basic answer, if you want a work around for
most of the abberations to the basic method see:

http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/File_Name_And_Path.htm

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While G-n-o provided the basic answer, if you want a work around for
most of the abberations to the basic method see:

http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/File_Name_And_Path.htm

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Is there a way to see the full command issued? For example, if I run a macro
or request a bookmark:
myWord.doc#bookmark1
or myWord.doc /mMyMacro

"Greg" wrote:

While G-n-o provided the basic answer, if you want a work around for
most of the abberations to the basic method see:

http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/File_Name_And_Path.htm


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