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    CiceroUIWndFrame ?? (Windows XP)

    <img src=/S/scratch.gif border=0 alt=scratch width=25 height=29> I see references to
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    Re: CiceroUIWndFrame ?? (Windows XP)


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    Re: CiceroUIWndFrame ?? (Windows XP)

    I went to your referenced site, and printed it out. I went through the
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    Re: CiceroUIWndFrame ?? (Windows XP)

    I must admit that the instructions on the site I referred to are not entirely clear.
    - Start the Add/Remove Programs control panel.
    - Select Microsoft Office XP in the list.
    - Click Change.
    - Select 'Add or Remove Features' (if necessary), then click Next.
    - Shared Features should be in the treeview that appears, and 'Alternative Input' under that.
    - Click on 'Alternative Input' and select 'Not Available'.
    - Click Update.

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    Re: CiceroUIWndFrame ?? (Windows XP)

    <img src=/S/scream.gif border=0 alt=scream width=15 height=15> I did as you suggested. That didn
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    Re: CiceroUIWndFrame ?? (Windows XP)

    All sources I found suggest that CiceroUIWndFrame has to do with the alternative input feature in Microsoft Office. Did you restart after making it not available, and *then* test what happened when you shut down Windows? Immediately after making it unavailable, there might still be remnants of the feature present in memory.

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    Re: CiceroUIWndFrame ?? (Windows XP)

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    Re: CiceroUIWndFrame ?? (Windows XP)

    Apparently your problem is rooted deeper than I thought. I hope someone else will have a useful suggestion.

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