Returning Word 2002 to default settings

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Martin*, Jun 22, 2004.

  1. Martin*

    Martin* Guest


    After installing Word 2002, I made a number of changes to it by enabling
    some options and unselecting others that were there by default. I even made
    a change to the .dat template. I then tried to return Word to its default
    settings, but I wasn't able to recall all changes made, so I uninstalled the
    entire application. Unfortunately, after re-installing Word, the same
    settings were in place, which surprised me because I thought that an
    uninstall would "wipe" the app from my pc.

    Would you please tell me how to return Word to its original default
    settings, even if it requires an uninstall?

    TIA as usual!

    Martin*, Jun 22, 2004
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  2. Martin*

    °Mike° Guest

    You're welcome, as usual.

    °Mike°, Jun 22, 2004
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  3. Martin*

    SgtMinor Guest

    Try renaming the template. "HOW TO: Rename the
    Global Template for Word 2002:";EN-US;319154

    And why the TIA - too busy to respond?
    SgtMinor, Jun 23, 2004
  4. Martin*

    Martin Guest


    If you were to check my previous posts, you would find that I always thank
    those who replied *after* their doing so.

    My inclusion of "TIA" is my way of showing good manners to those who *will*
    reply. It's not to be construed as laziness on my part. Hope that clarifies

    Thank you for your reply.


    | (snip)

    | Try renaming the template. "HOW TO: Rename the
    | Global Template for Word 2002:"
    | And why the TIA - too busy to respond?
    Martin, Jun 23, 2004
  5. Martin*

    °Mike° Guest

    TIA is not good manners; one does not thank
    somebody BEFORE a deed.
    °Mike°, Jun 23, 2004
  6. Martin*

    Scrote Guest

    "Could you call in the newsagent while you're in town and pick up some
    "Great, thanks!"
    Followed by a "Thankyou" on receipt of items.
    ....or is there a registry hack that bypasses this?
    Scrote, Jun 23, 2004
  7. Martin*

    °Mike° Guest

    BZZZZZT! Wrong. In your example, one has asked a
    question that was immediately, and positively, answered,
    hence the "Great, thanks!" (in response to "Certainly").

    In a usenet post, this simply doesn't apply.
    TIA (Thanks In Anticipation) is NOT good manners,
    and is very often a sign that the OP has no intention
    of further response from him/herself.
    °Mike°, Jun 23, 2004
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