Hello. You provided a solution for another person with similar issues to mine: can't highlight text in Word 2007 (among other issues); when I close Word I get a message that says Word has stopped working and is shutting down. I use Office 2007 Professional.
You suggested renaming the normal.dot file and rebooting. My file is called normal.dotm. Is that the file you mean? What should I rename it? Will Word be looking for a file with the original name? Should I try re-installing the whole Office suite?
I'm not sure who provided your original solution, but I do know that if Word doesn't find normal.dot upon starting, it will recreate it. A lot of weird problems in Word are due to a corrupt normal.dot file. (It's called normal.dotm in 2007.)
Here is a Microsoft KB article regarding the global template in Word, with some troubleshooting hints. Please let me know how it goes!
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The world has become a global village where you
communicate with people of diverse cultures and
languages. We come across people who speak
languages on the internet, or we need to
with different people in the global business
Sometimes we need to translate business
everybody doesn’t speak the same language.
might need to translate some facts as well as
information e.g. the history of a specific
their own language in order to learn about its
Everyone can’t have an access to a professional translator who
help them out in this matter. Due to this reason,
programs are available who try to fulfill this requirement.
the different programs which fill this requirement, it is
translate text in Microsoft Word 2007. The feature to translate
Microsoft Word 2007 can be used like any other translation
order to translate text in Microsoft Word 2007, we just have to
built-in function. Follow
steps to translate word text into other languages:
the text you want to translate. You can type it there and then
could paste it from somewhere. If you need to select the entire
document, and if it is very lengthy, you can go back to the
and click "select all." Or you can just highlight the entire or
the text by clicking the left mouse button and dragging it
text you want to highlight.
Click on Review button on Menu bar.
on Translate in the Review tab.
task pane will
appear on the right side of the document. Select which language
would like to translate into or the existing language it is in.
where you can select which language to translate to or from.
highlighted text will be translated in the lower part of the
You can get the translation of the same text into different
instantly as you choose the language under the option of "To".
If you need
translate the selected text into a language that is not included
given list, click on Translation options and select the
language you want.
feature to translate text in Microsoft Word is very handy.
there is no substitute for a human professional translator as
meaningful translation demands comprehension as well as
cultural references, artistic quality and talent. So there are
that the translation done by a computer program will lack
well as meaning.
Something similar I had couple weeks ago and unfortunately I couldn't solve the problem. Only some days ago I ran into an interesting tool on the Inet, which to my surprise settled those issues, perhaps it will be usable for you - recovery pst.
Is it possible to re-scan or re-save the document you are working on at a higher resolution?
While 144 dpi is listed as the lowest possible resolution to scan OCR text, sometimes it is finicky at that level. Also, you might want to optimize for OCR, straightening and taking out the speckles and such.
Hope that helps and isn't too elementary to your issue.
it sounds like you hit either the switch or the key combo that shuts off the touch pad, I had a guy yesterday whose cat did the same thing to his, look for the switch mine is on the laptop sensor on my hp pavillion 9700, if you can't figure what you hit type in the model name and number and I will fin it for you