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Word doesn't open properly

When I try to open a file saved in word, it doen't allow me to view the file. It says cannot find file/file cannot be found... I have not changed any of my files locations, so I do not understand the complication! I cannot open anything for the first time straight from the folder it's located in, unless word is already opened, or I've tried it for the second time.

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  • Neurophile Nov 24, 2007

    I can't open Word files from the Start menu (where the most recently used documents are displayed). I click on the file, it appears to be working but it only opens the Word application, not the file. I then have to click Open, click the file, and then it opens. Very frustrating.



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Dear Shell,

This could be because of file assosciation problems on your pc. What you need to is that right click on word file while pressing shift, then select open with and choose default program MS word. Then it will always open file in MS word on double click.

Also Try running winword /r (from the Run dialog box). This should fix any file association problems.

If this solution was helpful kindly press solved.

Posted on Nov 25, 2007


Thank u very much

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