Hi Andreas, all Andreas Säger wrote
Feel free to do what you want with it. I won't elaborate any further since this is a feature I would not use by myself.
I don't intend to use it either. I'm just trying to find a user friendly solution to the OPs problem. And you seem to be the right person to solve this :) Andreas Säger wrote
The right location for the AutoStart folder is your default document folder ("My Documents") as set up in menu:Tools>Options>Paths. This is system independent and every user who wants to use this can take care about the gory details: -- Move AutoStart after changing the default folder. -- Mind that directory names are case insensitive under Windows but case sensitive under regular systems. -- In order to keep this as simple as is (no error handlers), you must not drop any files into that folder that can not be loaded by your office suite.
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