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How to customise save/open/insert file options?

Whenever I need to save, open, insert any file the first window that pops open is My Documents. I would like to change this as all my data files are stored in slave drive D:/ and it takes ages to get there!

Thanks in advance!

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Start with this link.

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Thanks, last link worked a treat!

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I only have Office 2003 so do not have My Places listed.

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How to customise save/open/insert file options?

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This only works for Office 2007.
Say you ant to add a folder named "My old files" to the left hand (folder) pane.
1. Open one of the file options, say Open
2. Open the parent folder for"My old files"
3. Click once on "My old files" in the main pane
4. Right mouse click on the left (Look in) pane
5. Click on 'Add "My old files"'
Now that folder will be available in all these options

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