Word 2000: A UserForm like a task pane

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Word 2000: A UserForm like a task pane

Postby T2xpdmUgTXVzaWM » Sat, 12 Feb 2005 05:57:04 GMT

Word version: 2000

I'd like to create a template that positions and resizes the document window 
so that it takes up the left 80 percent of the screen. In the rightmost 20 
percent, I'd like to display a UserForm with controls that could be used to 
alter the text in the document. (For example, if I click on a given button, 
it might insert some canned text into the document.) This arrangement would 
be similar to the task pane available in Office 2002 and 2003 applications.

Anyone know of a way to do this? I'd be open to using something other than a 
UserForm--a toolbar, for instance, that could be similarly positioned 
absolutely.

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On Thu, 06 Nov 2003 23:54:34 GMT, "Greg Maxey"
< XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote:

>Ray,
>
>Don't hit File>New :-)
>
>I mean change it.  View>Toolbars>Customize.  On the commands tab click File
>in the categories window.  In the commands window, you will see three "New"
>options.  Drag them all to your file menu then explore which feature you
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That's not quite the same problem - this problem is that the getting
started window pops open every time you run the program, regardless of
of the setting.

Mine was doing the same thing.  Think I found the solution, thanks to
a little googling (seems to work here!):

- Fire up regedit
- Navigate to:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Common\General\ 

Look for the key:

DoNotDismissFileNewTaskPane

The value is probably 1.  Change it to 0.

Exit regedit and give it a try.  You may need to toggle it the
"Startup Task Pane" on/off in the options menu before it takes effect.

Worked here!  Good luck!

I've attached a very small registry editor file for those who don't
want to edit it by hand, as well as a file to put it back to the
previous value if so desired.

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>I've attached a very small registry editor file for those who don't
>want to edit it by hand, as well as a file to put it back to the
>previous value if so desired.

That didn't work so well (unicode prob?) here is the corrected
version.


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Could somebody give me any code or advice on how I could do this?

Thanks
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