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Ms word have saved some letters on ms word, but when I try to open them I keep getting a message saying cannot find document make sure you have typed the correct file name. I cannot find ms word at all.........

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    is this ms word 2007? what do you mean with this " I cannot find ms word at all........." please clarify. thanks



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Please ive the clear error message
whts this 'I cannot find ms word at all.........'

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