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Word Startup Command Line Switches

Word Startup Command Line Switches (All Versions)


<path to Word>\winword.exe [/a] [/c] [/ltemplate name] [/n] [/m[macroname]]
[/t] [/w] [/x] [/regserver] [/unregserver] [filename] [filename]
Switch Meaning
Blank Starts a new Word window in an existing instance of Word.
/a
Starts Word without a template (including startup addins) Word 6 only
Starts Word without a template (including startup addins) or options stored
inthe registry, Word 95, 97, & 2000. only
/c
Starts Word and runs Netmeeting. Word 2000 only.
/l
Load a specific addin Word 95, 97, & 2000 only
/n
No new default document
/m
Runs a macro [/mmacroname] or prevent autoexec from running [/m] Word
6, 95, 97, & 2000.
Run a macro [/mmacroname] Word 1 & 2 only
Cannot be used with the /t switch
/q
[Added in Word 2000 SR1] (quiet start) will suppress the opening
splash screen.
/r
/u

shorthand for /regserver


shorthand for /unregserver
Both work in Word (but not in Excel), i.e. in Word 97 and 2000.
(MS lists /u as 'no effect' for Word 2000 though.)
/t
Bases a new document on the specified document Word 95, 97, & 2000.
Starts the Tutorial Word 1 only
/w
Without displaying Tip Of The Day Word 6 only
Starts a new instance of Word. Word 2000 only.
/x
Starts a new instance of Word that only accepts one DDE conversation.
Used by the Windows shell for printing. Word 97 & 2000.
/regserver
Registers Word in the registry. Word 95, 97, & 2000.
/unregserver Unregisters Word in the registry. Word 95, 97, & 2000.
Filename
Opens a file
Filename Filename
Opens multiple files Word 6, 95, 97, & 2000.
The office Startup Application is a small companion program with the
following command line switches. It also provides services for starting
Office Help and in 2000 performs a test to see if Auto Repair should run.
Word 97
\osa.exe [/b] [/f] [/n]
Word 2000
\osa9.exe [/b] [/f] [/l] [/n]
Switch Meaning
/b
/f
/l
/n

Initilises OLE and some fonts so OLE programs will start faster. It's
tuned for office programs and basically puts the OLE libraries into
the disk cache.
Displays the Open Office Document dialog box.
Checks to see if the Office Toolbar should be loaded at startup, and
if so start the Office Toolbar.
Displays the New Office Document dialog box.

Examples
C:\Program
C:\Program
C:\Program
C:\Program
C:\Program
C:\Program
C:\Program
C:\Program
C:\Program
C:\Program

Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft
Files\Microsoft

Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe
Office\Office\winword.exe

Filename
Filename Filename
/a
/n
/m
Filename /mmacroname
/tDocumentPathAndName
/t
/lAddinPathAndName
Filename /w

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