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ReopenOfficeDocs 1.11

Re-open the MS Office documents you had open before a system restart


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Total downloads: 81
  • Last Updated: Jan 4, 2012
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For ReopenOfficeDocs 1.11Publisher's description


ReopenOfficeDocs is a System Utilities software developed by RollingData. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ReopenOfficeDocs:

Re-open the MS Office documents you had open before a system restart.

If you have a bunch of MS Office documents open (Excel, Word & Outlook supported) and you need to do a system restart (or Windows AutoUpdate does that for you), this app makes it a little easier by re-opening those documents again afterwards.

It can operate in several modes:
1. Run with no commandline and the menu will open allowing you to select options manually.
2. Run with commandline /scan and it will sit in the system tray keeping track of Currently open documents. Set it to run with this option at system startup and it will automatically re-open those documents, then return to the tray monitoring.
3. Run with commandline /shutdown to Take Note of currently open documents (you can choose how you want to call this).
4. Run with commandline /ReOpen to re-open those documents (set this to run at system startup).

I'm not sure I can fully recommend mode 2 (/scan) though. It works well except when the user has a dialog open in Office eg. has clicked File Open or Save As. In this case ReopenOfficeDocs pops up saying it is stuck waiting on Office. I'm not aware of a fix for this at this stage, sorry.
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