Microsoft Office has default enabled features, such as: If you are ready to make some quick changes to the registry, you can disable this feature.
As the name implies, "Bringing you to the place where you left off" brings you to where you were in a document. You closed it last. So, if you were on page 32 of your Word document when exiting the program, you will be back on page 32 the next time you open it.
Microsoft did not do this. However, it is not an easy solution to do this directly in the WordPress Disable Office Suite. If you want to disable this feature, you must do so in the registry.
Default Alert: The Registry Editor is a powerful tool whose abuse can make your system unstable or even inoperable. This is a pretty easy hack. As long as you follow the instructions, you should not have any problems. If you've never worked with it, first read how to use the Registry Editor before you start. And be sure to back up the registry (and your computer!) Before making any changes.
First, press the Windows key + R to open the Run window. Next, enter
Regedt32.exe and select "OK."
The Registry Editor utility opens. Now navigate to the following file path:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Office 16.0 Word Read Locations
Note that "16.0" in the file path may vary depending on the version of Office that you use. If you are using Office 2013, you must search for "15.0".
Find the button "Pick up where you left off". If you delete the key, it will only work temporarily. The key is automatically generated so that it will be displayed again the next time the computer is restarted.
To disable it, right-click on "Read Locations" and select "Permissions" from the drop-down menu.
The Permission Read Positions menu appears. Click on the "Advanced" button here.
. The Advanced Security Settings for Reading Storage Locations dialog box appears. Check the box next to "Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries for this object" below.
Click "Apply" and enter a security message appears. Read the message and click "Yes" to continue.
You can now click "OK" and close the Registry Editor utility.
To make sure the feature is disabled, restart your computer and open Word.