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Does installing Microsoft Word 2007 delete word documents?

Q: Does installing Microsoft Word 2007 delete word documents?

I remember having deleted my Microsoft Office 2007 trial and now I can't find some of my previous word documents that I remember saving on my computer.

Is my suspicion true?

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A: Does installing Microsoft Word 2007 delete word documents?

saiz said:


Is my suspicion true?Click to expand...

I don't think so. Try installing OpenOffice.org 3.0 and you'll be able to open those files.

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Hi,
I can not open ms Word documents by double-clicking on them anymore, When ever I do so I get a mesage saying: "There was a problem sending the command to the program."
I do get the Word window open but there is nothing in it. I have tried this with .doc, .docx and .txt files and I get the same thing.
But I can open files if I first open word and then go to Open and select a document from there, but not by double clicking.
I am using Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit and Microsoft Office Word 2007, can anyone help me?
 

A:Can not open documents in Microsoft Office Word 2007

Open Word, go to the Office Orb, then Resources, and then "Run Microsoft Office Diagnostics.

This will check out the install and do a repair if needed. You will need to the "Office cache" file on the hard drive or have the Office CD handy, if it is needed.
 

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In Word 2007 some documents periodically won't save, which save correctly at most other times.

I'm assuming it's an Office Suite bug in Word, not the Windows hardware, as this doesn't happen in Excel or other Office programs.

When this happens, after I go to the File menu and click "Save" or click CTRL + S to do the same thing, I get a window prompt preventing me from re-saving a file I've already created. On these occasions I have to save the file under a new name, or put say a different word in front of the same file name to enable it to be saved. When I do this, the file saves correctly.

To avoid having duplicates, if I try to delete the original document then save the temporary file (identical to or an updated version of the original document) over the original, I get an error message saying the original can't be deleted. Eventually, it can be deleted. I then save the temporary file, renaming it and writing over the original file to avoid any duplicates.

Has anyone else come across the abov... Read more

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Hi folks,

I have this problem that is hard to search for on Google. We have a lot of word 2000 documents connected to a simpel text data file (data.doc) that is used with mail merge.

Here is our process:
1.) data.doc is opened, filled with all variablenames we can use in our documents (name, country, etc.)
2.) data.doc is opened, filled with the actual data (from a database) belonging to the variables name (Kees, Japan, etc.)
3.) Our vb.net 2008 application does step 1 and 2, then starts a template word 2000 document which has that data.doc file attached for mail merge. The template is now filled in with the correct data.
4.) vb.net 2008 application tells MS Word to print the document.
5.) Works fine and we have ourselves a nice document filled in with data we specified in the vb.net 2008 application.

Now comes the problem, some new computers will have office 2007 instead of office 2000 installed, during testing we have encountered that it does not error but the office 2007 installed computer does not fill in the data and just shows mergefield names <<name>> <<country>>. Also when printed out. So it seems like the datafile is not connected when opening the template in word 2007.

If we let our vb.net 2008 application show us the document visually first, we can re-attach the data file again and we can print the data, however there are 3 thing wrong with this approach:

1.) More user input which is not needed.
2.) MS Word is opening and showing, somet... Read more

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Our church secretary uses Word Perfect 12.

She has had no problem until now opening Word 2007 document in Word Perfect.

Now it says the files are in an unsupported format.

Any suggestions??

We already have the conversion program for Word Perfect installed.

Do we need an update of some kind??

Thanks.
 

A:Word Perfect 12 suddenly will no longer open Word 2007 documents

Have you contacted Corel support? Checked the site for FAQs?
 

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Windows Vista Home Premium SP1, Office 2007

I know how to save documents created in Word 2007 so it can be used with Word 2003 done manually.

Can someone inform me whether I can set my "save as" so documents created in Word 2007 will be always saved as default to be compatible with Word 2003?

A:Saving Documents Created in Word 2007 to be Compatible with Word 2003

You can us this compatibility update to read Office 2007 docs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) In earlier versions of Office - Download details: Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007 File Formats. Meaning you can save your Word docs in their original format and Word 2003 will read them.

You might want to check this link out as well - http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/wo...444731033.aspx

As far as setting a "default" save, to be honest, I'm not sure if this can be done or not.

Hope this helps.

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When I put the cd in to install Microsoft Word 2007, I immediately get the error "the language of this installation package is not supported by your system." This did not happen on my laptop. It installed fine there, so it is not the cd.

First thing I did was chkdsk. I have went in add/remove. Have no other Office installed. I have tried turning off firewall, etc., still immediately get the message.
Language/Regional setting are at English.

Any ideas on what to check or how to get this to install on my desktop. Running windows xp sp3
 

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Running Win XP on a home built Intel Core 2 duo platform. Just started within the last week or so. I can open the software from the CD, but not from my hard drive
 

A:Can't open Microsoft Word Program or Word documents

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I have scanned several documents to edit and as I am a dummy, they and the messes I made of them are all in the 'My Documents' folder. When I try to delete them, I just get more copies of them. I have a folder full of hundreds of copies of files now and I don't know what to do. I can't figure it out. As my other computer is being worked on I am on this old one and it has, I think Word 97 on it. I have documents still showing when I open Word and this folder jam packed with copies. What do I do?
Help me, please! Thank you in advance.
 

A:Can't delete Word documents and they keep copying back to My Documents when I delete.

There are utilities that enable this, but unless it has been specifically installed it is not part of Windows.
How many buttons does the mouse have and which button are you using.
When you open My Documents - does it look like the screenshot.

If so, highlight the item with just one left click and then click on delete selected item in left pane. It is not showing on my screenshot but when you do select the item with one left click, then left pane will then include the choice Copy, Move and delete the selected item in separate lines., as well as other choices.

If you do not have this view of My Documents click the Tools tab, click folder options and on the general window click show common taks in folders and then click apply and OK.
The same procedure with delete can be obtained by clicking the File tab, top left and then clicking delete on there.

If you have a three button mouse post back and I will give you further guidance as to what may be the problem.

Make sure you are using left click on the procedure I have described, as right click on the item and then choosing delete may activate the auto move.
 

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I'm running XP3 with Word 2000. I have a Document file with numerous duplicates of documents. I've tried deleting the duplicates but they continue to restore themselves even after I empty the Recycle Bin. This also seems to be a problem with photos. Is there some way rid my hard disk of these duplicates documents as well as the duplicate photos?

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I have Windows 8 and MS Word 2007. I am on a blank new document screen. I click on the Office Button, click on OPEN, and the list of files that appears is ALL FILES on my computer.

When I was using Windows XP until just a month ago, when I was in Word and Opened, the file list was only Word files.

Any suggestions how to get the file list in MS Word to include ONLY Word files?

A:List of documents in ms word 2007

You should have a drop-down box where you can select file type. Here's a screenshot from Word 2010 as I don't have Word 2007 installed, but from memory earlier versions all had this drop-down box too.

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I am having trouble with Word letting me open documents. When I get Word to open and then I try to open a document, Word freezes and I can't do anything. I can pretty much do anything else on Word with no trouble at all. I'm getting really annoyed with this problem because I am a full time student and need to be able to work on my papers. Please help me!!:confused:

A:Opening documents in Word 2007

What type of computer, and how big are your documents?

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hello
i recently installed the new MS 2007 and its not letting me open my old word documents straight away from the desktop...however if i open the file through MS Word manually it works...this may seem easy but i got lotsa word files to open so help on this is much appreciated...im also using windows vista...maybe thats something got to do with it..im not sure...thanks in advance...
 

A:MS WORD 2007 not opening old documents

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I have a bizarre issue.

Workstation A has Office 2007, Workstation B has Office 2003.

If Workstation A created a document in 2007 format, and sends it externally, then sometimes it comes through corrupt.

Similarly, if Workstation A creates a document and sends it internally to Workstation B for review (successfully opened), and receives it back (opened and saved in Word 2003 with KB924074 Converter installed) then sometimes it is corrupt.

It seems that the corruption happens if the document is attached via Word Office Button > Send or via Outlook New Mail > Attach, but I am monitoring this.

By corrupt, I have discovered that it exhibits symptoms of .asd - .doc - .docx confusion, as detailed in KB942617. if I rename a 'corrupted' document as a asd, it can be recovered.

So - what could cause this corruption? It seems as if sometimes a document that should be saved as a docx is saved as a docx in asd format!
 

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I have several program icons om my Start Menu, and by holding the mouce over an arrow (not shure if this is the correct translation from Norwegian), the most recent documents opens in a "window" at left.

Suddenly no "recent documents" appear for Word, but it appears for all other programs.

Attached is screendumps from holding mouce over "arrow" at Excell and Word.

Does anybody how to turn on the "recent dosuments" for Word here at the start menu? When I run Word, the recend doccuments appear at the "Office button", on the top left.

Excuse my bad English.
Ole-Jacob

A:No recent documents for Word 2007

Perhaps you need to specify the number to keep - like this:
Customize the list of recently used files - Word - Office.com
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Word

Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Word Options.
Click Advanced.
Under Display, in the Show this number of Recent Documents list, click the number of files that you want to display.

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I'm looking for a Mac version of the "Word Viewer" that people with Windows computers get. I've looked in the "Mactopia" section of Microsoft's website, but it didn't give me enough information to be sure it was what I was looking for....anyone know a link?

Thanks!

In case you need it, I've got OSX Tiger. And my text programs that I have available are Pages and TextEdit. If you need more info, let me know!
 

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Very very frustrating ...... I entered a heap of technical terms into autocorrect as I am using them frequently and they seemed to work through the remainder of that document. However, when I was editing a previously saved doc, they had all disappeared!!!!!

I regularly reuse previously formatted docs & would hope that the autocorrect feature would apply across the board ...... Can anyone help please?
 

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Well i did a big report on my computer with Word Perfect i couldnt print it so i took to school on my flash drive. IN my first class i edited it on Word 2007 and in the class i could print it they had Word 2003 and i couldnt open my file and now i cant even open it in word perfect. I doubt i can use the laptops for a while anyway i can open this on wordperfect
 

A:Solved: Word Perfect- Word 2003 - word 2007

If you saved the file in the "new" Word 2007 format (with a file extension of .docx) then you will be unable to open it in the other applications.

For Word 2003 you can install a converter, but I know of no XLM converter for WordPerfect.

When using Word 2007 you need to "save as" Word 97-2003 format to retain backwards compatibility.
 

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I recently got a new computer and had to switch to Word 2007 from Word 2003.
When I would open a folder in 2003, the little field on the start-bar would show the name of the folder that I would have opened. In 2007, it shows the whole path, such a C: Documents and Settings/my name/etc. That means of course that I can't tell which is which - it's most annoying.
I called DELL support who assured me that it was impossible to show only the end of that path, i.e. the actual name of the folder.
I do not believe that; if it could be done in Word 2003, it surely should be possible in 2007!

Please help - thank you.
 

A:Word 2007 documents: whole path showing

After 3 calls to Dell and 3 Dell support people who told me it couldn't be done, the 4th one was finally able to help me.
 

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Word 2007 won't start new documents at document1, and my search of my entire computer including registries shows no trace of any document1 having been saved.

Is there another way for me to fix this? I can't rename document1 if there is no document1 to rename.

A:word 2007 won't start new documents at document1

Maybe you could run the Diagnostics:






Quote:
Word

Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Word Options.
Click Resources.
Click Diagnose, click Continue, and then click Start Diagnostics.

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Windows 7, with all available patches.
Word 2007, with all available patches.
Acrobat reader 9.3.2 (do not have Acrobat X)
I have additional documents, spreadsheets etc embedded into a Microsoft Office Word document. When this document is converted to the PDF (using the Word PDF add-in interface) the embedded objects can no longer be opened and only appear as images.

Is there a way to retain the embedded document during the conversion so that they can be opened from within the resulting PDF?

Thanks in advance.
 

A:How can you keep embedded documents during conversion from Word 2007 to PDF

No. Adobe Reader cannot host embedded items like Microsoft Word can.
 

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Has anyone made a macro to do a mass unprotect of Word 2007 documents. We have installed Word 2007 and used Word 2003. We have a new server. The templates from the old server have been moved to the new server. All documents based on the path of the old server take a long time to open and we have to hit esc to get them on the screen. Each document is based on various templates from Word 2003. We really need a macro to change the path in the document (template path to old server to reflect new server path) and we also need to have a macro that will make sure all documents have been made into an unprotected mode so they will change and save the new name in the document. Anyone have such an animal.
 

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My Word 2007 crashes when opening certain documents. It doesn't crash with all documents- only some.

Please see the screenshots as it might help:

A:Word 2007 sometimes crashes when opening documents?

Any ideas?

On another document, I got:
AppName: winword.exe AppVer: 12.0.4518.1014 AppStamp:45428028 ModName: ogl.dll ModVer: 12.0.4518.1014 ModStamp:454285ac fDebug: 0 Offset: 0001f07

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I have just transitioned from Windows 7 32bit to Windows 764bit and now I have Windows 10 64 up and running.
I need to install all my .doc files (my documents) to Microsoft Word so that I can read them. I can read all the file names but unable to read any text so I presume that they now have to be somehow placed in Microsoft Word which I have also installed.

A:how get my documents into Microsoft Word.

Not sure what you mean install into Microsoft Word. Were they made in Microsoft Word ? Did you upgrade to a newer version of Word since these .doc were made ? Usually right click the .doc and select open with, but if made in Word it will open in Word, Microsoft Word Pad will also open these.

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Having issues with word 2007 when I try to copy a section from one document to another word 2007 crashes.

I have gone in and set my word to keep source formating for all except if conflict match destination formating so my setting are correct.

But when I copy from one word document to another as soon as I right click and click on copy it crashes word.

I can't even get to paste special part of it to not take the format or styles.

This is a pain and I have spend long hours researching fixes. Please help if you can
 

A:Word 2007 crashes with copy and paste between documents.

is any printer connected to your system.
if you try this step in winword /safe mode what happens.
have you tried to rename normal.dotm file.
 

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I have Word 2007 and it insists on saving a recent word documents list
Even if I set the number to zero here

http://tipsforwordprocessing.com/word_2007_0004.html

Any ideas welcome
 

A:Word 2007 Disable the recent documents list?

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Someone posted a similar problem before, but I don't know if the original author ever had a solution. I posted this on the Office Online board several days ago, but no one has answered yet.

Question from 8/27/08:

I'm using Word from Office Home And Student 2007 with Vista Home Premium. Word was working perfectly until about 5 days ago. I have not installed anything different. It used to show a counter where it was counting the words of the document and then the documant would open. Now it shows a blank screen with the counter at zero. The document itself is not empty. It still shows the appropriate number of kbs on the desktop.

I went online to try to diagnose, repair, and update. It told me that I had
all of the Microsoft updates. (By the way, this might or might not be
related, but other Microsoft updates keep asking me to download them even though they installed successfully.) I uninstalled and then re-installed Office Home And Student 2007 and by doing so I had to purchase a new product key since I misplaced the first one. Still nothing helped.

I did notice that if I clicked on the Microsoft icon in the upper lefthand
corner of the blank document, I could see a menu of my recent documents and even search in an explorer type of menu system. In that roundabout way I could open the files. But if I tried it the normal way, I still got the blank screen.

When I would close the blank document, it said Word has stopped working, that it was trying to recover th... Read more

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I cannot findout how to format my word2007 (XP) documents. I do not know how to access word help in order to change double space to single space, and vice-versa.
Thanks
 

A:Solved: formatting word 2007 documents, letters etc.

Welcome to the forum.

F1 is the help hotkey in most applications. Line spacing is next to the justify alignment button in the Home tab.
 

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I cannot edit any details in documents, I can type words etc. but cannot do anything else using the mouse.
 

A:Solved: Word 2007 cannot edit any documents problem

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When our Vista/word 2007 users try to open up a word document from a webserver, we get the following vista dialog box

"Opening http://..." (see attached screenshot)

This hangs on the screen for 20+ seconds and then the file finally opens. As soon as the dialog box pops up, you can click on cancel, and Word and the document will open right up.

This box does not pop up on XP / Word 2007 machines. It seems happen only with the Vista / Word 2007 Combination. It also does not happen with vista/firefox.

Here is an example of a word document on a web server that this is happening: http://www.taylorcscd.org/pac/Execut...-Jae%20Lee.doc

This is driving my users crazy. Have searched microsoft and have not been able to find out what is happening or how to fix this.

A:Vista / Word 2007 / IE7 - Delay when opening documents from IE

try running chkdsk /f on the drive ( Shared drive on the server which holds all your shared files)

Start\Run
type CMD and hit enter
In command prompt type
chkdsk /f

Also check if there are any errors in the following registry key

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\Applications\

Reboot and repost

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Hi, my folder containing my correspondence (letters written) are all Word documents. However, if I try to open them, an error message box comes up saying 'Word cannot start the converter mswrd632.'

Then a page is displayed, which seems to be in computer symbols and not text. I am given options of Windows default, MS Dos and Other. The box shows windows as the option in use.

That is about all I can say. I would appreciate any advice to correct this problem. Many thanks, Graham.
 

A:Problem with Microsoft word documents.

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I have an HP computer with Office Starter 2010 pre-installed. I have since installed Office Professional Plus 2010. Documents continue to open to Office Starter instead of Word. How do I set documents to open to Word all the time? I have tried setting the properties of file to open with Word and check marking for all files, but it keeps returning to Office Starter.

A:Microsoft Word 2010 Documents

I would guess go to Uninstall a program and see if there's two versions of Office showing and uninstall starter.

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Hello

I use microsoft word a lot for a project of my. I save my files as an html document so I can view the information with a web browser. I used different fonts (face, size) for various things and also highlighting. Since Friday, I have been having a problem with this program. I would look at my document in Mozilla Firefox and make the necessary changes using word. When I open word, all of a sudden, the document would be highlighted in yellow and the font faces of some of the data have been shifted around. (I assume I am using "font face" correctly, for example Arial and Times Roman etc.)

The only way to change my documents back to how they should be is manually changing the fonts and having to go in "styles and formating" in the format menu. In here the description of the highlighting is "clear (yellow)" instead of yellow.

I have reinstalled microsoft office, however this didn't change a thing.

Does anyone know what's wrong with the program/computer and how to fix it?
 

A:Microsoft word changes the formating in my documents.

Welcome to the forum.

Try using "Web Page Preview" from the "File" menu to preview the file without saving it. Without seeing the file I cannot really deduce (figure out) what is going wrong with it.
Can you please zip up the file and post it as an attachment under the advanced editing portion of the post via the button "Manage Attachments?"
 

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Okay, so you know my system details: I have a Dell Studio XPS 16 laptop with Vista Home Premium 64-bit on it and McAfee Security Center. Now the problem,

When I first got my laptop and installed Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 on it, Word worked more or less fine. One thing that was kinda weird from the beginning was the fact that sometimes and error message dialog box would pop up when I would double-click a word document to open that said something to the effect of "can not find file" on it. I found that if I already had Microsoft Word open, that the word document would immediately open on the first double-click.

Now Microsoft Word won't allow me to open any word documents. I have tried double clicking them, Ctrl+O, and even selecting Open after pressing the Office button- but nothing will work. Every time I try to open a word document, Microsoft Word freezes. Strangely enough, I just discovered that I can open documents that are in the recently open documents that pop up whenever you place the cursor over the Open selection in the Office button- but other than that nada.

I have run diagnostics (no errors were found), done a repair to no avail. When I reinstalled Office, it basically returned to the original problem of just not opening documents by double-clicking. Does anyone have any suggestions on what I can do? Is this a problem with Office 2007 not being completely compatible with x64? Is there some upgrade to fix this?

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Hi There

Thank you so much for helping me with my query.

I was wondering if anyone can please advise me on how to access Microsoft Word and all my documents? If I click on the icon or documents, it comes up with this response:


I don't know why or how this has happened? My husband said he tried to download ITunes onto the computer and it didn't work properly. I have tried to uninstall some programs but it doesn't seem to be working. Any assistance you can provide is greatly appreciated.

Thanks again.
Kind Regards,
Felicity
 

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Problem 1: When I try to open Word documents, Word will open but then tell me "The file <blah> is not available." I can still open the documents using other applications, such as Microsoft Works, so I know it's not a problem with the file.

Problem 2: When I click the lovely X to close Microsoft Word, I get a popup that says "The file Normal already exists. Do you want to replace the existing file?" It doesn't matter if I click Yes, No, or Cancel, it then opens the "Save As" window, with the folder being "Templates." So I hit cancel and then I get another popup that says "Changes have been made that affect the global template, Normal. Do you want to save those changes?" I hit No (I've also tried Yes) and it finally closes. And then I cry myself to sleep.

Any suggestions at all? I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling Microsoft Office, but that doesn't fix it. Thanks for reading all this.

A:Microsoft Word 03 - Won't Open Documents; Won't close right

Please click here for information. Let us know if that doesn't fix the problem.~67~

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hi! i think i got a virus that norton doesn't detect i borrowed a flash drive from a friend, and ran a virus check, which came out clean. then i ran some word documents, that weirdly had *.src extensions. some didn't open, others did. so anyway, after using it, and removing the flashdrive, i noticed that there was a "Microsoft Word Document" icon. and since i like my desktop clean, i deleted it, only for it to reappear after 2 seconds. then i right clicked it, and among the choices are: test, configure, install. and i just checked now it seems like all my files have those choices... what's wrong? and can my files be salvaged? HELP, please!!! i just thought it was the file on my desktop, now it looks like all my microsoft word files are like that!!!!!
 

A:Solved: microsoft word documents with src extensions

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I'm a high school student whose been using Word 2001 on Vista for about 2 years without any problems. Recently, however, I couldn't open Word at all, it would just have that image of Word and "this product is liscenced to..." I later went online trying to find a solution and found out that I should delete the normal.dot templates. So I deleted the files normal.dot, normal11.dot, and a normal that looked like it came from the office 2007 trial (Microsoft Office Word Macro-Enabled Template). Well, this allowed me to open Word and save files. However, I can't open any saved files. Is there any solution to this? Thanks, I'm not particularly good with computers.
 

A:Microsoft Word 2001 won't open any documents

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hey guys, i've got like 7 documents i need to look at. i was wondering if it's possible for me to open all of them at once instead of opening them individually?

thanks
 

A:Microsoft Word: How to open multiple documents at once?

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When I try and open a saved document, the window freezes and stops responding. After about 5 minutes, it corrects itself and Microsoft Word opens, however not the document, which takes another few minutes to load. What is causing this? I have tried opening documents in Powerpoint and they work okay so it just seems to be Word 2007 that the problem is with.

A:Microsoft Word Hangs On Opening Documents

Did you try to uninstall office and re-install?

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I have tried to delete the normal.dot files and nothing comes up. I searched the files and folders on the c: I originally had office 2007 and it wasnt working properly and now recently I upgraded to office 2010 and it still doesnt operate properly please help I am at my wits end.
 

A:Microsoft Word Not opening saved documents

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i have no used my words for over 3 months bcuz it was summer and it was not needed for school. so i started school and i was typin up a paper, then saved n noticed that it keeps freezing and shuttin off. i went to look online and it seems others have had the same problem, however, most of the advice given was no use to me. i cudnt do or find on the computer wad the directions directed. so can anyone PLEASE help me so i can fix this. i can still resave other saved documents when i revise them, just cannot save new documents. the same thing happens with Microsoft outlook. i would greatly appreciate all the help. and if someone resolved my issue, i can guarantee you that you'll be blessed for working so hard to help me out. thanks so much!
 

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Hello,

I was trying to clean up my computer and was running various spyware and adware programs when I noticed everytime I open a Word Document a prompt opens which begins to download Microsoft Office.

Please help. I thank you very much in advance.

Halfahotdog

A:Word Documents Install Microsoft Office

Do you mean that the office program on your computer attempts to open?
What malware are you trying to remove? What are the symptoms?
What program(s) have you used to remove the malware?

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I started a new word document today and the font is too small to read. I restored my computer to a week ago, and problem still exists. font is o.k. on all other programs. Does anyone know how to correct this? thanks. ruthearlene

A:Font on Microsoft Word documents error

On the word page there should be a "font" number size in the top task bar. Chose the font you like...

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The title basically says it all. I would like to know how to combine a bunch of Word 2007 documents without overlapping the first page, so basically I want there to be as many pages as there is for the amount of documents I want to combine with the original. Let's say there's the title page, then I want to add another 20 pages, well I should have 21 pages in total by the end of this.

If anyone knows how to do this, it would be greatly appreicated.

Thanks.
 

A:Combine multiple Word 2007 documents into one document on seperate pages

If this is a one off project the easiest way is to open the document that will be your main document, go the to the end of the document , Go To Insert>Text>Object>Select>Text from File and repeat until complete
 

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I am finding that, when I save a Word 2007 document in Word 2003 format, I am unable to open Outlook and send the document simply by clicking on "email". After I click on email, the cursor just freezes where it is. I either have to reboot or break the job (CTRL-ALT-DEL) and THEN all works fine. FROM THAT POINT, when I click on email it opens Outlook 2007 and I can send the document.

Am using XP SP2 Media Center Edition with Office 2007
 

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