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  1. I have been making some changes to the registry, and after rebooting and opening a document, it is now in my recent documents. I'm not sure, but I think it was setting the following registry setting to all zero's that did it:

     

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer]

    "NoRecentDocsHistory"=hex:00,00,00,00

     

    Thanks Hazlenut. It was your earlier post about Kelly's Corner that let me to this area of the registry. I found the actual key myself.


  2. Hello cush,

    I have been researching this problem for many months.

    I am coming to the conclusion that problems come about by complications caused by some of the settings made the user within TweakUI.

    More on this later.Don't have time now but I thought it may help you to review all the Explorer settings in TweakUI as regards Recent and History and classic.Pay attention to the words "maintain" ,"allow", and "show" . Checking(ticking) all those boxes helped get rid of a lot of self created problems for me. Recent documents was a major problem that I fixed and accidentally recreated while testing to try to figure this out.

     

    P.S. OH YES. REMEMBER THESE ARE PER USER SETTINGS. GET EACH OF THE USERS SETTINGS CORRECTED.

    Later,

    :) davey

    P.S. I use WinXP Pro SP3 and TweakUI ver 2.10

     

    Thanks davey. I actually only installed TweakUI to try and solve the issue. I was not installed when the problem occured. I am still trying to resolve the issue. I know of another person that has this same issue as well. They do not have TweakUI installed.


  3. Has anyone found a solution to this? I am having the same problem. I have enabled the recent documents under the start menu properties, and have disabled the deleteing of the recent docs in the tweak UI, but I still can't get documents to appear in my recent documents list!

     

    Thanks

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