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    Office 2007 Settings

    I have just rolled out office 2007 pro on new PC's and wanted to know that if I make the change in the options menu to save as office 2003 file (*.doc) as default will it retain settings for all users of that PC or just who I made the change under. We have a Domain vanilla network with GPO's etc. If it only retains for 1 user does anyone know where I can change so that it remembers it for all users who log onto it.

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    You can set this by using the Office 2007 group policy templates. No matter what system you have these will apply. - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

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