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People unablea to open word documents I am sending

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    Yes I had the same problem but I downloaded spyspacer and it cleared the matter up.

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If they do not have word installed on their computer they will not be able to. They can download a word viewer from Microsoft.

They can get it here

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If the file is a .png, you won't be able to edit in MS Word.

Another thing to check - Make sure when you are working on a Word Document, you are saving it as a .doc file.

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  • Click on the "Fille" button, and then select "save as" option
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1.Place the document that is going to be scanned face down on the scanner. Press the "Scan" button that can be located on the scanner. Another way to perform a scan is to click on "Start," then go to "All Programs." Move the mouse pointer up to "Accessories." Go down to "Scanner and Camera Wizard."


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5.Go to the destination where you saved the scanned document. Choose the name of the scanned document. Click on it to open up the file, then click on "Open."


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Method 2
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In Word/Excel under the help menu there is a detect/repair option.

Try disabling your AV program to see what happens.

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