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Adobe 8.0 Pro corrupts MS Office 2003 Normal.dot file

Adobe 8.0 Pro was installed and all updates ran for both Adobe and Office. When you open MS Office 2003 the Normal.dot file gets corrupted. We have tried a reinstall of Office but the issue will reoccur. Need help

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Un-install and re-install office, or get the normal.dot file from other computer and copy it to yours.

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The "Normal" template opens whenever you start Word, and it includes the default settings for your new documents... as well as any customizations you may have opted for along the way. Sounds like your version of the normal template now includes the text of this document.

On the File menu, click Open, and then navigate to C:\Documents and Settings\user name\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates and look for "Normal.dot". You may need to change the Files of Type drop box to "Document Templates" to see it.

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