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  • Win XP / Screensaver

    I recently upgraded to a PC with Win XP and Office 2003. When using previous versions of the Windows O/S and Office software, I have previously accessed the screensaver icon "at will" via the MS Office toolbar (e.g. Office 1997).

    After a bit of research, it is my understanding that Office 2003 does not have an "Office Toolbar." If so, where does the screensaver executable reside within the system files, what is it called, and can I create a shortcut to it on my desktop?

    Thanks,

    Chaz

  • #2
    Search for *.scr in C:\Winnt\System32
    then create a desktop shortcut to your favourite!

    Tom
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    • #3
      an alternative would be to run (or create a shortcut to)
      C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\OSA.EXE -s
      and your current screensaver will start

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