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You can download it from Major Geeks. tortmom 0 #6 coachwife6 Posted 09 February 2005 - 10:22 PM coachwife6 SuperStar Retired Staff 11,413 posts Hi tortmom. The methods that are described can help you determine the cause of a problem with Word when you cannot identify the problem by another method. What I mean is the delay is half as long as it used to be, but I still have it. weblink
Thanks. To do this, open a new file and then click on the Insert tab. I want to know what they're putting on my computer. Stahancyk, Kent & Hook P.C. 5,604 views 6:04 Microsoft Office Word 2007 Problem.
No, create an account now. You'll probably get an error in which case you'll be able to fix the broken link. Tweet Like Google+ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
- MS Word 2003, document "save as" problem Started by tortmom , Feb 03 2005 06:18 PM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply #1 tortmom Posted
- You can check to see if there are any backed up versions of the file by simply right-clicking on it, choosing Properties and then clicking on the Previous Versions tab.
- Please try again now or at a later time.
- I tried installing the updates and it said it was for XP.
- Apr 5, 2007 #1 jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 9,782 +697 you apparently are OPENING a R/O document.
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- If not, you'll have to keep reading for other possible methods to fix the corruption.
Sign in to make your opinion count. tortmom 0 #14 bmcpartland Posted 03 March 2005 - 09:32 PM bmcpartland New Member Member 7 posts I've only noticed the problem on Windows 2000 machines and it was within the This makes sense seeing as if you bring the page number down it works (due to you probably not including the pages with bad links). Sign in 10 Loading...
Will the healthcare premiums of a 64 year old making $26,500 a year grow to $14,600 under the GOP Health Care Plan? Loading... Unfortunately, it only works with Word 6.0, Word 95, Word 97, Word 2000, Word XP and Word 2003. This will force the document to update object/field links.
It will find more content, but it will also create more garbage characters. Click the link Check for Updates, install all of the updates(might have to go back if the computer needs to be restarted). Click Next and don't check any of the advanced options yet. I tried Norton and that didn't help either.
Click Next and the program will start to repair your document. Instead, I got some strange error message stating that the program used to create the file was Word, but Word was not installed on my system! Next time I'll write it down.) When I get this error, it then closes out word entirelly. If Word starts and works correctly, you have resolved the problem.
I wanted to test whether any program would be able to recover a severely damaged file. http://winnthosting.com/word-2003/word-2003.html In that case, you really have to (a) find your normal.dot and delete it, or (b) make a new Windows account and continue there.You're not clear about "document settings" and "documents I'll point out the results for each recovery option. In my case, I had a 1 out of 3 and my file was completely unreadable.
If you don't see the tab, then System Restore is not turned on. I tried to open several DOC files from the Explore (My Documents) display. Name the file Wdoptn.reg, and then save the file to the desktop. check over here In addition to these two options, there are other tricks you can try inside Word to open a corrupt file.
Any ideas please?Thanks!amelia Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Microsoft Word 2003 Will Not Open The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Word opened and displayed a blank screen. share|improve this answer answered Apr 1 '11 at 10:59 n0pe 7,428145093 It didn't work out that time, had to separate the files. –gyger Sep 14 '11 at 22:47 add
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It cleans out all fragments hanging out in the computer. files, haven't you? imgrateful_1 always. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.
If nothing shows up in the preview window or if something is missing, go back to Step 2 and check the Use salvage content retrieval mode box. Click Delete on the Edit menu, and then click Yes. He began blogging in 2007 and quit his job in 2010 to blog full-time. this content Select the file and then click Open.