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Default template loses VB code when opened as new doc


how do i prevent vb code from getting lost from a .dot template? if i
open word and then the template in word, it is fine. if i open the
template as a .doc, then the vb code i have behind a command button
disappears. is there an option i am missing? actually, the code
disappears when i try and go into design mode and view the code. then
its all gone. the code also disappears after a mail merge. thanks


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