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    Startup error.

    [img]/w3timages/icons/frown.gif[/img] When starting Word 2000, I get the error, "This program has performed an illegal operation." Under details I get the message WINWORD caused an invalid page fault in
    module VBE6.DLL at 014f:65025bab.
    Registers: . . . .

    I also notice that when the program begins, there is a message at the bottom of the screen saying "Requesting virus scan."

    Also, if I start with the /a switch, it will start okay.

    This also happens when starting Excel.

    Is there a problem with VBE6.dll? or something else?

    Ed

    P.S. When I try to fix the installation with the original CD, it will not complete because of "Error 1911 Could not register type library for file C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedVBAVBA6VBE6EXT.OLB." Is this related?

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    Re: Startup error.

    I'm not sure, but I think you just need to run repair on Word.

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    Re: Startup error.

    I think Dreamboat's right. Here's an article that about MS Access, but since you're getting this in both Word & Excel, it seems to be an Office problem.

    See http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/ar...s/Q223/2/06.ASP

    Basically, do the following:

    1.Insert your Microsoft Office 2000 or Access 2000 compact disc in the CD-ROM
    drive.

    2.Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.

    3.Double-click Add/Remove Programs.

    4.Click to select Office 2000 or Access 2000 in the list of available programs, and
    then click Add/Remove.

    5.In the Maintenance Mode dialog box, click Repair Office or click Repair Access.

    6.In the Reinstall/Repair dialog box, click Reinstall Office or Reinstall Access,
    and then click Finish.

    7.Click OK to the message that Setup was completed successfully.

    Hope this helps.

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