how do you underline a letter when trying to

May 13, 2011 at 12:40:38
Specs: Windows XP
Some exec file is missing when trying to open microsoft documents. I used to click "Run" and then click on winword.exe/a and it would then run my documents. But the second e in "exe had an underline in it. For some reason this option was cleared from my computer. I have no idea how to put the underline back in when trying to run this exec file. Can yoiu help? I've tried the alt command with the letter e but it doesn't help.
I'm running on Windows XP

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May 13, 2011 at 17:35:46
I used to click "Run" and then click on winword.exe/a and it would then run my documents.

Is there a reason why you invoked Word in this manner?

I've never encountered a windword.exe file with the last letter underlined.
I’m not sure it's even a valid executable.

As for the /a option to word:

Starts Word and prevents add-ins and global templates (including the Normal template) from being loaded automatically.

The /a switch also locks the setting files; that is, the setting files cannot be read or modified if you use this switch.


The run box does have a short "memory" file, so you may have inadvertently erased the Most Recently Used file associated with the Run command.

MIKE

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