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Hi Mateusz, all

Mateusz Zasuwik wrote
Did anyone try add "Open" and "Templates" icons to StartCenter? Plus,

I think it doesn't make sense. The fact is the interface is not clear. What
should be in LARGE letters are the 3 available options: 1) Create a new
document; 2) Open an existing document and 3) Create a new document using a

1) The word "Create" has to be the same size as "Open" with the file types
in a smaller font
2) The last option should read "From Template" and not "Templates" 

Again, Mateusz interface is much more obvious

Mateusz Zasuwik wrote
is no "Clear recent documents" options (and should be).

I agree this is important. Especially if what is displayed are the
thumbnails (could be sensitive documents...)

I still think that it is better to have an icon with the thumbnail displayed
on mouse over. 

Maybe a right click (context) menu could have options: "Properties" and
"Remove from Recent Documents" (because currently you can only Clear the
List but not exclude a particular document, either because it's sensitive or
no longer relevant). (This probably could be a Feature Request for 4.2.1 or
is it still in time for 4.2.0?)


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