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    I've found that this is often a corrupt...

    I've found that this is often a corrupt Normal.dot file. If you're having problems starting Word, you should check that the problem is not with the Normal.dot template before doing anything really...
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    Thanks for this link - invaluable information on...

    Thanks for this link - invaluable information on other applications too! http://lounge.windowssecrets.com/public/style_emoticons/default/smile.gif
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    Quite credible, actually. I've never been the...

    Quite credible, actually.
    I've never been the Sporting Type, preferring books to football, and the only musical instrument I play is my voice, but I have always admired those who can leap about a...
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    The posts that Hans referenced lead to...

    The posts that Hans referenced lead to documentation that contains the smilies but (in my opinion) there's a quick way. Setup a bookmark or favorites link to the following: Index of /S.

    Once...
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    http://windowssecrets.com/forums/images/smilies/ev...

    http://windowssecrets.com/forums/images/smilies/evilgrin.gif Hello there. Hope you all are getting a better summer than we here in cloudy, rainy Toronto.

    There is a terrific (older) post from...
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    Re: I'm surprised

    I love that story!
  7. Re: Outlook 2003-Windows XP (SP3 Student&Teacher Edition)

    Well I just got off the phone with Rogers who claimed that just by me using webmail for a day and a half made the problem go away. This was a live chat. <img src=/S/disappointed.gif border=0...
  8. Re: Outlook 2003-Windows XP (SP3 Student&Teacher Edition)

    Hello again joeperez. The first test email was this one: "This is an e-mail message sent automatically by Microsoft Office Outlook's Account Manager while testing the settings for your POP3...
  9. Re: Outlook 2003-Windows XP (SP3 Student&Teacher Edition)

    <font face="Georgia">Thanks for the reply joeperez. I had initially thought that would be the case as well and asked my ISP to have a look on the server but they told me since I am able to receive...
  10. Outlook 2003-Windows XP (SP3 Student&Teacher Edition)

    <font face="Georgia"> Yesterday I started experiencing a problem with receiving incoming mail. I can send, no problem. This is the error message:
    "Outlook 2003 error (0x800CCC90)
    Receiving...
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    Re: WinXP-Word 2000 (SP3)

    Much appreciated
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    Re: WinXP-Word 2000 (SP3)

    Oh thanks - that's good to know. I appreciate the feedback, especially commentary on OLE DB and mail merges. We are finding the data source pretty much has to be in Native Word - that is, outside...
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    WinXP-Word 2000 (SP3)

    Our firm is still on Office 2000 with a very small number outside of our I.T. department on Word 2003. We are also switching from Hummingbird DocsOpen 3.9.6 (build 77) to Hummingbird DM5 (about 85%...
  14. Re: Office 2003 - opening in Office 2000 (XP, Office 2000 SP3)

    Hello Hans,
    Currently someone is checking to see what viewers have been disabled. Had a few other users do a test by sending them Word & Excel 2003 - out of 5, 4 users were able to open. So I'm...
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    Strange and stranger. and thanks again. I'll check with my manager and programmer on Monday but I just wonder if when we set QuickView as a defualt viewer if it was set to as the default viewer for...
  16. Re: Office 2003 - opening in Office 2000 (XP, Office 2000 SP3)

    Thanks for the response Hans!
    I've just found a post at the microsoft.public.office.misc newsgroup and to quote the MVP who responded to an inquiry:
    "compatible in both directions with Office...
  17. Office 2003 - opening in Office 2000 (XP, Office 2000 SP3)

    Hello all,
    Looking for some information:
    I had always understood that if someone using, saying Excel 2000 or Word 2003, received a document created in Excel 2003 or Word 2003 they could open it....
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    Re: Black out bottom of page (2000 SP3)

    Hi MaryAnn, one of our lawyers who uses 2003 on her home pc had the issue when she used track changes. Once we accepted all track changes and turned them off entirely the problem disappeared. I was...
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    Re: 78 copies of all documents (word 2003)

    I'm guessing you don't have "Always create backup copy" turned on either?
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    Re: Stuffing for Half Turkey

    Thanks Jezza, Mrs. J & Sammy B. Well here's what I'm doing. I loosened up some of the skin at the neck part, put a little stuffing in there, used what was left of neck skin to anchor (using my...
  21. Re: Displaying tracked changes crashes Word (Word

    just wondering if you have the Document Map feature enabled? The document map can be a great tool but it's a bit buggy especially if it's enabled with track changes. I've seen a lot of instances...
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    Stuffing for Half Turkey

    Does anyone have any idea as to how one would stuff half a turkey? I didn't consider this when I bought half a turkey instead of looking further afield for a small one! Big mistake. Someone...
  23. Re: File that won't open (2000(9.0 6926 SP-3))

    Do you have access to a higher version of Word - 2002/2003. I recover many documents this way ... unbelievable how many do actually go corrupt. Try "open and repair" just in case it does the job. ...
  24. Re: File that won't open (2000(9.0 6926 SP-3))

    Hi, Just curious if you ever figured out what was at the bottom of this issue because I have encountered similar issue but it is always when the file has been received via e-mail and kind of figured...
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    Re: Read only (2003)

    Yes ... and Word has a nasty habit of keeping Winword.exe running in the background. Ctrl|Alt|Del will often show two instances of winword.exe running. Closing Word and your Doc Management Program...
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