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When opening 2007 Word I get a command, "Word could not create the work file. Check the temp environment variable" I also see this in 2007 Outlook. The "save as" command will not work. I have also got a prompt about autosave not working.

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Do you have the disk or program ? first go to windows update, it should take you to office 07 update, ideally you would be looking for it to say you needed an office update. I that no happen, go to the office 07 page, and run a diagnostic on it, it will most likely tell you that you have a missing or corrupted file and take 20 minutes or so to repair thr problems you are having. If by chance it is a pirated copy, it isn't going to work, I can send you into a warez site that may be able to help but lets try it this way first. Also on my office suite the first listing is a diagnostic so good luck,Peace,Gym

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* Suggestion 1: Clear Temp folders
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1. Click Start>Programs>Accessories>Disk Cleanup
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