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Possible virus, corrupted files and registry. Try rebooting in safemode with network, if all works ok, then you have registry or virus problem; try scanning for virus and registry errors. If the problem insist in safemode, then you have corrupted system file and you will have to reinstall Windows.
Before you open up Publisher and this document, open up task manager and note how much RAM is used as well as your paging file usage. After you open the document, take another look at your RAM and paging file usage again. If both have increased dramatically, you may want to use smaller images (via compression for JPEG files or lowering the resolution of the images first). Or you could invest in more RAM for the computer.
FOR WINDOWS XP THERE ARE NUMBER OF METHODS BUT FOR YOU THESE 2 METHODS ARE GOOD
TRY SYSTEM RESTORE.
2.1) LAUNCH WINDOWS TASK MANAGER.
2.2) End wgatray.exe Process In Task Manager.
2.3) Restart System In Safe Mode.
2.4) Delete wgatray.exe from c:\Windows\System32.
2.5) Delete wgatray.exe from c:\Windows\System32\dllcache.
2.6) Launch RegEdit.
2.7) Browse the following key HKEY_LOCALMACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWSNT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Notify.
2.8) Delete The Folder "WgaLogon" and all of its component.
2.9 ) Reboot System.
3.0) BE HAPPY NOW.... AND NEVER EVER INSTALL WINDOWS GENUINE
ADVANTAGE NOTIFICATION IN WINDOWS UPDATE OTHERWISE YOU HAVE TO REPEAT
THE DAMN PROCESS AGAIN.
IN ORDER TO THAT FOLLOW THIS
START--> CONTROL PANEL--> AUTOMATIC UPDATES --> CHOOSE THE OPTION """"""""""""Notify me but don't automatically download or install them"""""""""""
When u use this option whenever your system detects any new WINDOWS
UPDATE choose the updates which u want to install... DON'T INSTALL
WINDOWS XP SERVICE PACK --3.
Go to properties and change the compatibility to Windows XP (or an earlier versions were your Word Perfect worked on) and unclick all the checkmarks. Accept your changes - and the problem disappeared on my system.
Fixed the problem - Even though the pc checks for updates automatically I should have checked to see if there were any available updates at the microsoft website. There were 3 available and once downloaded and installed the picture manager part of office suite professional 2003 is now working just fine!