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Runtime Error I keep getting a message in a grey box as below. Any help appreciated. Duncan Runtime error Program:C\PROGRAM FILES\MICROSOFT OFFICE\OFFICE\WINWORD.EXE abnormal program termination

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That program is probably corrupted.

You need to re-install your microsoft office software. That should take care of it for you.




Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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    Dave DeGain Jun 22, 2008

    You can also try doing a system restore.
    go to the "start" menu at the bottom left corner of the screen, click on "all programs" and then click on "accessories, then click on "system tools" and then click on "system restore" A window will pop up for system restore and then you need to select "restore my computer to an earlier time" and click next. After that another window pops up and has a calander on it. Select a date that is before the problem started happening and it is in bold. Then click next and follow the instructions on the screen. Your computer will reboot and when it starts back again you will have a window that confirms that you restored to an earlier date.
    That should also fix your problem.
    if you continue to have the problem, you will need to reload the software.
    If you have the software on disc, you can re-install it. But first you will want to go to the control panel and select "add/remove programs" and click that. Find your office software there and uninstall it, but make sure you have the disc with the key on it, because you will need to activate the software again after you re-install it. You must have the activation key to install the software. so don't uninstall it unless you have that.

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