It seems that perhaps -norestore does work. but i'm not sure -headless can 
remove "update" dialog boxes if u open a OO3.0 file using OO 2.4. It'll be 
great if someone can verify this. I've tried it using a cmd prompt with 
soffice.exe -headless <document name> and it suppresses perfectly. However if i 
first start the soffice instance with headless using createprocess and then 
bootstrap and loadcomponentwithurl, it doesn't work. 


Anyway, I believe the first start registration wizard can be prevented by 
editing the setup.xcu file to include the license date and filling in yes to 
> From: des...@gmail.com
> To: dev@api.openoffice.org
> Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 09:28:17 +0200
> Subject: Re: [api-dev] Suppressing Future Version and Recovery Dialog Boxes
> On Monday 04 October 2010, Wei Min Teo wrote:
> > 1) I can't seem to get rid of the recovery dialog box that appears to 
> > prompt users on whether to recover files. 
> > 2) Also, if there's a file from a later OO version, there's also a dialog 
> > box that pops up to asks if you want to upgrade or postpone to later. I 
> > would like to know how to suppress these. 
> > 
> > I've tried running soffice.exe with the "-norestore" and "-headless" switch 
> > and it doesn't seem to work. I'll really appreciate any advice to solve any 
> > of the 2 problems. 
> Hi,
> here is what I use:
> -nologo -nodefault -norestore -nocrashreport -nolockcheck -nofirststartwizard
> But OO 2.4.(??) has a Bug. The first start registration wizard dialog
> box will still popup once.
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