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Oroblem relating to MS office XP professional

When i try to open MS-Word,Excel and power point then, it showed that theres is an error. and then showe a window of microsft error has option Don't send error or send error report. what should i do now.

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Ur file must have been corrupted. uninstall the version of MS Office u have and reinstall it.
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