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Solved: WORD 2003 Error Message
When I try to open these documents, my Desk top is unable to open them with Word 2000 Premium version. If you are still having this problem, post a comment here and I’ll try to help! I had tried the other fixes out there and sometimes Microsoft's FixIt file works but most of the time I have to reinstall Office. I am grateful for your reply,Johanna Report • #6 mmcconaghy August 17, 2010 at 10:23:07 I uninstalled and reinstalled Office pocket the way you toldI think you misunderstood me.Uninstall Office Pocket, see this here
Please help.” Word application has many unknown issues that cause nuisance while trying to access any documents on it. Thanks. Just renamed the file from .doc to .docx and Word opened it up just fine.
If that doesn't fix it, try renaming Normal.dot (Normal.dotm in Word 2007) to Normal.old (with Word and Outlook closed – and if you have opened a Word document within Internet Explorer, EXPORT the key BEFORE deleting it. 3. This makes it easy for IT to update everybody at once with new driver versions, or different driver configurations. Tried to find the solution on different websites including Microsoft help etc.
Followed Method 1 above, and kudos it worked. I renamed it "Abnormal" and then started Word. I'm using Windoze XP Pro and Office 2000. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/826862/how-to-troubleshoot-printing-problems-in-word How do I get it back?
The software provides the fast, secure and easy repair of Zip files. Do you know what I can do more to fix this problem? Other suggestions? Tweet Like Google+ Comments  Mike Johnson says: 7 years ago Thanks much.
Click here for details of how to upgrade. http://www.yodot.com/doc-repair/error-when-opening-docx-files-in-word-2003.html The issue is new. Once again, thank you so much for your reply.God bless you,Johanna Report • #9 mmcconaghy November 20, 2010 at 05:11:21 Thanks for the update, perhaps it will help someone else along I uninstalled Word and reinstalled it (the issue is only with Word) also with service pack 3.
Please help immediately. useful reference Have professional company in So. [email protected] Ayman Adel says: 7 years ago please we really need advice for the same issue, me too after I got the message “Can not start converter MSWrd632″. Renaming the file with the proper extension fixed us up.
I found the "How-to-fix" this on the internet by going into the registry and went over there but it didn't work. I received this error trying to open a .PDF file which someone had accidentally changed the extension to and it was now a .DOC file. That just worked for me. my review here Navigate to C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedTextConv and RENAMED the following files: mswrd632.wpc -> mswrd632DOTwpc mswrd832.cnv -> msword832DOTcnv I don't know if it is necessary to rename mswrd832.cnv, but I did it
Mike [email protected] mariaquea says: 7 years ago I've got a problem with my computer. miriam125 says: 5 years ago Hello I tried both of four methods and the file is still unreadable on all computers… i can send it to u if u like glpathy Try saving the file and renaming it from xxxxx.DOC to xxxxx.DOCX XLNC Ken says: 5 years ago I just had this problem tonight and it turns out the document was actually
I opened the file with Notepad and found: ..Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64.
All rights reserved. I am stuck. Kincardett says: 7 years ago Guys, I was using Office 2010 on XP without any problem. Look in the folder and find the new copy - should have the same name, but with a different icon 6.
No virus found on scan. In Windows Explorer, press Ctrl+F, and search for Winword2k.dot. I have already tried to uninstalled the converter, as sugested above but the problem remains unsoloved. http://realink.org/solved-word/solved-word-2003-crashing.html Download DOC Repair for Windows Steps to repair error opening DOCX files in Word 2003: Download Yodot DOC Repair program in Windows system Install the program by logging in as system
When the file finally opens, it is full of non-printable characters. Matt says: 6 years ago Jason's solution helped me the most. So, try to find the correct extension of the file. For most people, even if the default printer is a network printer, this will not cause any problems, because the printer driver will usually be installed on your hard disk.
But this does not work either. I'm just wondering if this could just be a virus, because most my files are unreadable. Staff Online Now Cookiegal Administrator LauraMJ Administrator valis Moderator Squashman Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Business Applications > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Thanks!
what will be resolution in this case? If you cannot see the file extensions (as in Normal.dot) see the reference to switching their display on in b) below. Thanks - - Mike daniela says: 5 years ago It worked for me too! We have Word 2007 installed, and are trying to open Word 2003 files.
Mallory says: 6 years ago I copied the offending document, pasted it back into the same folder and opened it. Nothing helped. Mutt says: 7 years ago Thanks, our campus just installed office 2010 and I was having this issue. please help.
Hope that helps someone here. However this does have the disadvantage that the application’s uninstall routine will no longer be able to find its add-in to remove it. Raju says: 7 years ago This did not help with the problem in Word. That is because the Microsoft Office programs do not completely remove everything from your system, so if the part of the program that was causing the problem has not been removed