OfficePaths Crack For PC ⏭

OfficePaths was designed to be a small utility that finds and displays the locations of folders that MS Office uses for various things.
At present, it displays
■ PowerPoint
– Startup Settings
– Addins Folder
– Templates Folder
■ Word
– Addins and Templates Folder
■ MS Office







OfficePaths [32|64bit]

■ This is an app designed to help with and find the location of the different addins folders and startup settings.
■ Office 2010/2013
■ It will automatically detect if it is running in a 32-bit or 64-bit environment.
■ Please read my FAQ on support before contacting me about problems.
■ I do not offer support, but if you are having problems simply try out the app and find the location of your addins folder.
■ No viruses or malware.


■ Right-click on a folder on the desktop, click “Open with” and select OfficePaths Cracked Version.exe.
■ On the About page, select one of the supplied Registry keys.
■ Notice that the program will check to see if OfficePaths.exe is already open, and if it is, shut it down and launch the new instance.
■ Click the Options button.
■ Use the left and right arrows to select a folder name from the list.
■ Select “Show filenames” if you want to see the name of the files in the selected folder.
■ If you select “Find next” from the list of options, the program will search the next folder for files. If there are no files found, it will display the folder name in the list and the value of the “Search” option will be “Find Next”.
■ Right-click on a folder name in the list and select “Open with” from the list to view the content of the folder.
Please Note:
■ This program was originally designed to be run when a computer starts up, but it can be started at any time.
■ It is free.
■ This program does not protect you against all forms of malware, and you will see advertisements.
■ Do not copy or distribute any of the files located in the “Addins and Templates” folder or in the Addins Folder.
■ If your one of those who uses multiple accounts (and the standard install of OfficePaths hides the Addins and Templates folder, such as on my computer below), select “Recover existing entries” and restart to make it show the Addins and Templates folder.
■ In order to display some of the content of the Addins and Templates folder, the application needs to be
modified to find the specific registry keys that control “Show in Explorer”, and then display the content of the folder and its content.
I hope this description about OfficePaths has been helpful.
My personal experience:
– 1 day
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OfficePaths Description:
■ Right-click on a folder on the desktop, click “Open with” and select OfficePaths.exe.
■ On the About page, select one of the supplied Registry keys.



OfficePaths is a small utility that, when run on MS Office, locates and displays the folders that MS Office uses to store
information about itself and files and folders that it can open or create. It also displays which of the above locations are
the addins folder, and which are the templates folder. Note: OfficePaths can display the location of any folder specified
to be included by the MS Office application.
OfficePaths’s operator moded capabilities are currently limited to an interface that is similar to Windows Explorer. Any
additional moded capabilities can be added easily.
Run OfficePaths by double clicking the officepaths.exe file.



What’s new in OfficePaths
■ Fixed a problem that caused certain forms, buttons and icons to appear cropped or misaligned.
■ Fixed an issue that caused Notepad to appear blank when attempting to open an OfficePaths-formatted MS Office document.
■ Fixed an issue that prevented OfficePaths from displaying the correct information from a New OfficePaths database.


What’s new in OfficePaths
■ Fixed an issue that prevented OfficePaths from displaying the correct information from an existing
OfficePaths database.
■ Fixed the Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 templates for creating new databases and add-ins.
■ Improved the installation process, and other minor fixes.


What’s new in OfficePaths
■ Added the ability to save a “new” and “used” OfficePaths database. The “used” officepaths database
information is used as a template for future OfficePaths databases, and can be used to help organize
OfficePaths data.
■ Added an option to include or exclude saved OfficePaths data from an existing Add-In.
■ Improved the Installed Feature checkbox so that it appears when opening the Add-In.
■ Added the “Remove” option to the Open, Edit, and Display Options dialog boxes.
■ Improved the Add-In wizard so that it displays the correct and latest data from Office

What’s New in the OfficePaths?

■ This is a small utility that is designed to find the various folders that MS Office stores its files in. It can,
however, be integrated with Outlook or Outlook Express and used to quickly locate folders that are
hidden in those applications.
■ I did not have OfficePaths specifically designed to print the locations of files found using the
application. This was a side effect of the original design and not the requirement for this application.
■ Please note that you must have
■ MS Office
installed in order to run this application.
■ This utility was designed for Windows 2000, 2003 and XP.
■ If you have Windows Vista or Windows 7 then you should try out
Vista Folder Viewer
Windows 7 Folder Viewer
before you use this application.
■ If you have Windows 8 then please try out
Office Visor
Office Location
■ If you are running
MS Office 2010 or later then the locations of some of the folders might be different.
■ If you are running
Office 2011 then you might want to try Office Location List.
■ This utility includes a user-friendly dialog for quickly showing and
removing the various hidden folders.
■ If you need to display the locations of files created by
MS Office applications use
Office File Locations.
OfficePaths Installation:
■ Run
in the folder where you want to store this utility.
■ Click the button labeled
■ If the installation completes successfully then OfficePaths will be installed into the
“C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12” folder.
■ Click the button labeled
■ You are done!
■ After that you can just run
and it will display all of the locations of folders that are used by MS Office.
■ If you have installed
Office Paths
“C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\Startup”
■ then you can start the
application with the command
Using the
“Hide User Folders”
■ This utility allows you to
■ hide folders that are created

System Requirements For OfficePaths:

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