Hello Dear i am getting an error in word file while openning.
" word Fail to reading from this file (filename). Please restore network connection or replece the floppy disk and retry.
when i will press retry will not happen any thing
if will press cancel another windows will come
" word has lose data due to network connection or missing floppy. Documents relying on this data are going to be saved and then closed.
When i press ok button
" All macros in thjis documents will be lose if documents is saved in pain text. do you want to save in this format anyway?
Note it this documents is in flash drive and i have copied in another system. there it is working and file size 10.6 mb.
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Re: Word file Problem
Might be ur computer computer is attacked by virus or the office u have installed is not installed properly working or u have made some wrong settings in ur microsoft word check out if this problems happen with some other word documents if so then ur settings a wrong or ur office is not installed properly if the problem does not happen with other word documents then ur settings are right u have installed office perfectly the word file ur about to read might be corrupted or it might be attacked by virus if it is playing in some other computer then that word document does not contain any virus and u might have made wrong settings in word for opening a file or ur office is not installed perfectly try out these things
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try the following:
- rename the file to ".zip "
- open the zip-file with Winzip or WinRar (these programs has a repair-function for zip)
- try to repair the file
- then extract the riffdata.cdr from content-folder of zip-file and open this file in CorelDRAW
These steps work for me.
Or try use CorelDRAW Repair Kit. CorelDRAW file repair software for recovery of the contents of damaged CDR files. Program helps to repair corrupted Corel Draw project files. Corel Draw repair file
I was like that when the problem exists when double-clicking in Windows Explorer. Then I get the message that the program isn't responding and have the option to close or wait. After a few moments Excel does eventually open and I can work on the file. I do not have the problem when I open the file directly form Excel.
Read here, perhaps this article will help you - Excel Restore Toolbox http://www.excel.restoretools.com/
What version of Reader are you using? Some newer .pdf files ure using formatting codes that older versions of Reader cannot decipher and thus fail to open. Older files will still read regardless of the version of reader. Ensure you have the most recent version of Reader and try again.
I answered this once, but it didn't seem to post. Invalid Path or Filename error is generated when a logo (.bmp) file is specified in the header or footer, but is not found in the default folder "Clipart," usually found under SureTrak in Program Files or Program Files(x86). Either set the logo in the footer to None, or copy and paste the missing .bmp file to the Clipart folder, then in the Footer (Page Setup, third tab) re-browse the logo setting to the correct location.
I presume you are trying to open the document using the Recently Opened file list in Excel's "File" menu. If so, use the "Open" entry in the "File" menu instead and navigate to the pen drive from there - it may be that the drive letter has changed. Another possibility: use Windows Explorer (which can be accessed by double clicking on My Computer) to copy the file from the pen drive to the desktop and open it from there by double clicking on it. If that still doesn't work (but the copy worked OK) then right click on the file, click on "Properties" and see if the Read Only box is checked. If so, uncheck it.
And yet another possibility: after closing the file, did you pull the pen drive from the PC without telling Windows to eject it first? If you just remove the drive too quickly, without ejecting it first, the file can easily be corrupted.