The AutoOpen macro runs automatically when you open a document. With your permission, it turns on revision marking, applies the TYPESPEC template, and locks the document’s pages. If you have FileCleaner or Editor’s ToolKit Plus, it also runs FileCleaner. Finally, if you’ve edited the document before, the macro takes you to the place in the document where you left off editing (which is marked with a bookmark named Editing).
The next time you open the document (assuming you’ve saved it), the AutoOpen macro will simply take you to the place where you left off editing. It won’t do the other things it usually does, knowing they have already been done.
If there’s a different template you’d rather have applied automatically, you can rename that template as TYPESPEC.DOT so the macro will use it rather than the TYPESPEC template that comes with Editor’s ToolKit.