|27 Jan 2011||#6|
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The only workaround that I found to do this is to set it how you want it, then save a blank Wordpad document. This way you could use this blank Wordpad document as a template, and open it whenever you want to create a document using the settings that were set in that document.
When done using that template workaround to write a document with, use "Save as" to save it so that you do not save and replace your template.
Hope this helps,
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