When you introduce an Office program, a begin display displays showing available design templates and a list of files recently opened up in the left column. This display can be practical, however if you discover it bothersome or distracting, you can conveniently disable it.
We previously revealed you how to disable the Office 2013 start display by making a modification to the pc registry. Now, you can do this making use of a setting readily available in the Office programs.
To access this setup, open up an existing or brand-new document in among the Office programs and also click the “File” tab. We utilize Word 2013 in our instance.
On the backstage screen, click “Options” in the checklist of products on the left.
The “General” screen ought to show by default on the “Word Options” dialog box. In the “Start up alternatives” area of the “General” screen, pick the “Show the Start display when this application starts” check box so there is NO check mark in the box.
Click “OK” to accept the modification as well as close the dialog box.
Currently, when we open up Word, without opening up a details document, the start display is skipped and a brand-new paper is opened up immediately.
KEEP IN MIND: You must make this modification separately in each Office program in which you wish to skip the beginning screen.
If you don’t wish to entirely disable the begin screen, you can bypass the start display when it presents by just pressing the “Esc” secret or the “Enter” secret when the start display shows to produce a new paper making use of the default “Blank file” design template.