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I wasted my time on it for many days but finally I got a solution from this link http://www.microsoftliveassist.com/error-messages-when-you-try-to-uninstall-microsoft-office-2013/ Add comment Helpful +0 Report Luigyyy Apr 4, 2009 12:23AM Hello Guys! Troubleshooting USB device problems including for flash drives, external drives, memory cards.See Response 1:http://www.computing.net/answers/ha.......XP itself does not have Word built into it. OS Vista Home 32bit Reply With Quote Cannot open a Word doc « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum Open Word attachment..Word has stopped working on closeI'm Hi Grif,I just wanted to double check. this contact form

Stellar Phoenix Word Recovery instantly repairs and restores Word documents created in MS Word 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. It took a few trys to actually get it to run, but when it ran, it was clear that it was removing more components. I have tried unistalling office and reinstalling it several times. The time now is 20:42. .

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CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). I'm getting program crashes in Word (Office XP Professional - Service Pack 3) and Open... Here was the work around at that time Why can't people read my Office 2007 attachments? | Technology | guardian.co.uk I have heard that this free program is compatible with Office GENIUS!

I think that I now have McCaffe running, but it wasn't working before I installed this virus software, so I don't think McCaffe is the problem. There must be something else that is conflicting. Regards, Sergio. When I double click a Word document with the extension .doc it opens with Wordpad and is not readable.

I'm desperate. Firstly, there is no choice for "open with..." when I right-click. Within this version is it an upgrade or a stand-alone? Search Free Sign Up Login Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Free Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français Italiano Português Nederlands Polski हिंदी Bahasa Indonesia Login Subscribe

Report lddeville- Aug 22, 2009 04:55PM Vani, Thanks for your answer! Microsoft Works and Wordpad are available. 5 answers Comments are Closed Paul D Pruitt July 29, 2011 at 11:39 pm Windows has WordPad under the Accessories Menu.  It will open doc, I really am at a loss! After you have installed those / that, there are several updates for those Windows Update finds.

Word documents written in Word 97-2003 use ".doc" file extensions. arrrgh! it will work Report • #7 Tubesandwires February 9, 2012 at 17:16:16 "I'll try the USB thing..."""The file shows up on the USB but when I click to open the file, If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box.

Open With - Add Program . weblink I tried to unistall it and it said "fatal installation error" and would not let me unistall it. (I had previously unistalled it and also run the Norton Unistall Tool about I saw your suggestion about unistalling av something, but I don't think that I have this program. I mixed idea of two previous solution and discussion on the web that talk about editing registry (to add quotes) and DDE conflicts with an idea of my own.

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I went to "Default Programs" and all "doc" are associated with Word. I'm ready to pull my hair out. Stay logged in Sign up now!

slurpee55, Apr 24, 2007 #6 carfin Thread Starter Joined: Apr 24, 2007 Messages: 21 Hi, That process you explained is how file associations are changed in Windows XP.

I don't know how and why?.. if you want to read use wird viewer from microsoft but you will not be able to edit http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=3657ce88-7cfa-457a-9aec-f4f827f20cac&displaylang=en you can use alternative to microsoft word to open files  Open Office Anna Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - In addition by tomron / July 2, 2007 10:23 PM PDT In reply to: MS Word vs MS Works Check this LINKTom Good luck!

View all 9 comments Report challenged- Jan 4, 2009 11:29AM Thanks for the info on the file conversion, this has been driving me mad for ages and now resolved!!! I have one installation of Vista myself and it has Office 2007 on it. Correct 3. his comment is here In the Registered file types list, click the file type you want to open with a different program, and then click Change.

Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Business Applications > Computer problem? When I open Word 2007 and browse for the old .doc files, they open with no problem and it states at the top of the page 'compatability mode' as it does Highlight the *.doc file and click "Open."5Make any changes or edits to your document. I changed this which automatically brought me to Word Options (or you can find it in Word MS button--->word options located at bottom).

A question I now have is, do you still have another version of Word (say, 2003) on your computer?Click to expand... I saw your answer on yahoo about why someone could not open any documents using office 2007. So then I switched back to Outlook Express>>>but I now have a blackberry and have to use Outlook. great guidance.

And the files I can save in wwp cannot be opened on Windows XP. Gavin carfin, Apr 24, 2007 #5 slurpee55 Joined: Oct 20, 2004 Messages: 7,837 Maybe a bit different from what I wrote before: In My Computer or Windows Explorer, click the