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Chapter 28. Customizing Word > Starting Word with a Particular Task

Starting Word with a Particular Task

You've already learned that you can automatically start Word when you start your computer and that you can open a document at the same time. But what if you start with a few different documents? Imagine, for example, that on Tuesday and Wednesday you usually work on correspondence; on Thursday and Friday you work on a manual. You can create one desktop shortcut that runs the Letter Wizard when Word starts, and another that opens the master document where your manual files are stored.

In Windows 98 or NT 4, to create a desktop shortcut that loads Word with custom behavior, follow these steps:


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