How to Turn Off “Start” Screen and Open Directly in a Document in Office 2013 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) August 7, 2013 Helios Visions Microsoft Office Productivity, Pro Member Tutorials In Office 2013, when you open a program (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), you see a new "Start" screen instead of a blank document. You can change a setting to have Office 2013 open like it used to, directly in a blank document, workbook or presentation. This post is only available to members. Share ThisTweetShareShare Related Posts How to Change Time Increments in Outlook Calendar You can change the time increments shown in your Outlook calendar to allow for smaller more detailed calendar entries. This will work in Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, and Outlook 2010. This post is only available to members. Creating Keyboard Shortcuts for Most Used Programs (Windows XP) Creating keyboard shortcuts for your most used programs, files, and documents can be a big time saver! This post is only available to members. Quick Launch Toolbar in Windows XP The Quick Launch Toolbar can be a great tool for quick access to your most used programs. This post is only available to members.