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Microsoft office word requires the file msointl.dll to run

I have got sooo many important word files and I've had loads of problems today.
Earlier a pop-up ket on appearing saying that I was running out of disk space and needed to delete some files. deleted files that I didn't think i needed. However, since then, Word 2007 won't open. It says "Microsoft Office Word requires the file msointl.dll to run"

Can anyone suggest a way of fixing this. I have all my work files, partner's business files and uni files on it!!
Please?

Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    This seems to be an issue when we have a Trial MSOffice 2007 installed but want to use MSOffice 2003, yet we cannot seem to remove the MSOffice 2007 due to some "language pack missing"stuff... what a headache...

  • kimconno Apr 11, 2009

    Exactly the same - I downloaded the trial version of word 2007, I cannot now remove it and I get the same error message all the time. It is a pain. I have tried to download a fix but without any success.

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HI Ishan,

It seems that while you were deleting a file that was needed got tossed as well. You will need to reinstall Word for that program to run again.

If you dont have access to a microsoft office program disk or dont want to buy it dont worry too much theres a free open office program (not microsoft) that works just as good if not better (cause its free).

I use it and its great you can find it here

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