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    WOPR/Word Weirdness (WOPR 2003/Office 2003)

    Yesterday I tried to open a file from Word's File menu and got this:

    "compile error in hidden module: modShadowMacros" message.

    Since I was also having troubles getting Word to close ever since I installed WOPR 2003, I re-installed WOPR and got an error message after the install. The message is:

    [11/7/2005 1:38:33 PM]
    Error=Procedure 'modValidateReferences.Main()' encountered the following critical error: Unable to install/load C:Program FilesWOPR 2003Wopr_lib.dot
    [11/7/2005 1:38:50 PM]
    Error=Procedure 'modValidateReferences.Main()' encountered the following critical error: Unable to install/load C:Program FilesWOPR 2003WorkBar.dot

    After reinstalling WOPR, I checked the directory and the files exist.


    So I started from scratch by uninstalling WOPR and restarting Word. Everything worked fine and I could open any existing file from the File menu. I then re-installed WOPR 2003, restarted Word and I once again got the "compile error in hidden module: modShadowMacros" message. I tried this procedure several times with the same result each time.

    I then tried to repair/reinstall Office 2003 after uninstalling WOPR, then reinstalling WOPR. Repeated twice with the same result. I tried uninstalling the Vbe6.dll file and reinstalling it from the Office installation CD. Still no go.

    Lastly, I tried a complete uninstall and reinstall of Word, followed by a reinstall of WOPR and the problem remains. I tried once more to uninstall and re-install the Vbe6.dll file. THE DAMN PROBLEM STILL WON'T GO AWAY!!

    Oh yes, now WOPR doesn't work either.


    HELP!!!!

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    Re: WOPR/Word Weirdness (WOPR 2003/Office 2003)

    This is a duplicate of <post:=532,935>post 532,935</post:> in the Word forum. Please post replies there. This thread is locked to prevent confusion and divergence.

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