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Part IV. Appendixes > Appendix B. Registry Keys - Pg. 461

Registry Keys B Word stores many settings in the Windows Registry, including file locations and many user options. The typical user will probably not find much value in manipu- lating Word's registry entries, as most settings can be changed using the Word in- terface. However, scanning the registry entries does provide an interesting look at how some of the program components are structured. Also, there are some advanced tasks that can only be performed in the Registry. For example, deleting Word's Data subkey resets many options set using Tools Options to their default value, along with clearing the most recently used file list. All of the keys listed in Table B-1 are found under the root entry: HKEY_CUR-