The Microsoft site said to load the default user ntuser.dat file into HKU, but there is no Runonce key and Windows...
ignores it if I create one. Can you point me in the right direction?
A simple thing you could do is put a batch file into the Startup folder that launches the document in question and then deletes itself. The SearchWinSystems.com site also has some detailed information about different ways you can get things to run on startup.
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