This tutorial works for versions 2007, 2010 or 2013 Microsoft Office
Hello ! Are you the editor? Or Secretary?
Are you tired of always insert the logo and other information in each document you enter to work with Word?
Today is your lucky day, as I’ll explain how to end this ordeal in simple clicks and changes.
In this tutorial we will see how to edit a Word document, every time you click on a new page, a blank document, it will already contain all the changes that you would bring more question still insert logos and other information, you just open it and enter, the rest will be there already be waiting for you. Magic is not it?
Enough talking, now let’s get serious.
Above all, we need the account you are going to make these changes have the power “Administrator” that is to say, one who has all the rights, and also display hidden files and folders.
For those who do not know how to do the following procedure:
For those using Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10
Craft a directory or folder, look in the draw bar you’ll see some tabs, including among them the “View” tab, click it, you’ll see a menu unfold, go to your right in the menu that come to place and check “hidden elements” as shown in the picture above.
I grieve to have not shown the procedure to those using Windows 7, because at the time I wrote this, I did not have Windows 7 in my possession. Do not really want me, but read anyway Subsequently, do not stop.
After viewing the hidden elements, crafting local disk C. For default, it is in this partition will all programs that we install on our machine.
Navigate to the directory where office subsequently located
For those who use a Microsoft Office 32 bits on a 32 bit OS, you’ll find it in C: \ Program Files \ Microsoft Office \ OfficeXX
For those who use a Microsoft Office 32 bits on a 64 bit OS, you’ll find it in C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Microsoft Office \ OfficeXX
For those who use a Microsoft Office 64 bits on a 64 bit OS, you’ll find it in C: \ Program Files \ Microsoft Office \ OfficeXX
XX represents a number that you see yourself
After finding the right directory, look for a renamed file “WINWORD.EXE” Select, right-click on it
And take the “Run as Administrator”
It will launch as we normally launch our word
Depending on your version of Office in the Word file that opens, click File for those using Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013 Office Button or on office button for those who use Microsoft Office 2007. Be open
Then go to the C: \ Users \% NAME of the user account that you use to make the change% \ AppData \ Roaming \ Microsoft \ Templates
Please note we must select the name of the active session that you use, or the account name, because if you take a different account than the one you are currently using, this will not happen.
Open a renamed file Normal.dotm
Make the modifications and save the document. (Ctrl + S)
Normally Open your Word and see the change