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Default window behaviour in Microsoft Word
A number of different factors determine how
windows open in Microsoft Word. The window size, window position, zoom, toolbar setup, etc.,
are inherited from different sources.
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The PDF file which you can open via the link below describes what determines how a new or an existing document appears by default when opened.
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You may also be interested in the article "How can I make Word open new documents in a certain view (Normal or Page Layout) or at a specified zoom ratio?" found at the Word MVP site.
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