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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Customizing Word Figure 3-19. Setting default file locations tion dialog to convert the missing fonts to those listed instead of just displaying them that way. 2. Recommended options for . This drop-down list and the Options window under it control how Word should display documents in different formats. Available formats include Microsoft Word 2000, 97, and 6.0/95; Word for Windows 1.0 and 2.0; Word for Macintosh 5.0; Word for MS-DOS; WordPerfect 5.x, 6.0 for Windows, and 6.x for DOS. Select a format and Word displays a preconfigured list of options for that format in the Options window. For each format, enable or disable any of the options in the list. Keep in mind that the options set for any document type only apply to the display of documents of that type and do not change document itself in any way. 3. Options. The list of display options that you can set is quite long and often esoteric, so we've decided not to include details of the options here. However, Microsoft Knowledge Base article #Q193266 covers these options well and is available at Q193266. Just search for the article ID number. 4. Default . Use this button to reset the display for all document types to the built- in Word default. Tools Options File Locations Tab The File Locations tab (Figure 3-19) is where Word saves and looks for certain types of files by default. Select any entry and use the Modify button to open a dialog for selecting a new drive and folder. Configuring Word with Tools Options | 79