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Will document open button remember file path?

Will document open button remember file path?

Will document open button remember file path?

Hi All,

I am using wordperfect 11 and when I draft and save & close a document to my shared drive and then hit the Document Open Icon (the open folder) it doesn't open the folder to which I just saved the document.

In other words, it doesn't remember the file path of where I last saved my document. I have to navigate through all the folders and subfolders again to get back to the document I just saved.

Is there a way to have the Folder Open icon remember the directory path I was just working in?

Any help would be great.

RE: Will document open button remember file path?

File | Open | Edit | Change Default Folder | Close.

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