After a reinstall of XP following a virus attack I have reinstalled MS office 2003 but am getting a mesaage "Cannot start the converter RECOVR32." Followed by similar messgaes re WPFT532 and WPFT632 and also a PDF.dot file.I have tried installing the MS Converter add on, but still get these messages.
I am having a major problem trying to install some s/w (Sansa MediaConverter) on my P4, Win XP SP2 PC. Just as the s/w begins to install I get a fatal error - (something like) "Unable to create a file that already exists ... C:Progam FilesCommon FilesInstallshieldengine6Intel 32iuser.dll" Since I was able to install the s/w on a friend's similar PC I think the problem is a compatability or bug with XP and/or the Installshield appln on my machine.
I followed some suggestions (from the Installshield support site) and cleaned up my temp file, deleted the 'Engine 6' folder and reinstalled the Installshield 'ikernal.exe' but this hasn't helped. Surprisingly when I tried to reinstall the 'ikernal' it also runs into exactly the same error! - so there is some issue with how the Installshield (Engine 6) is working on my PC.
When I try to open Microsoft Office Word 2003 a window pops up that says window installer then it says installing microsoft office word feature. It stops half way and another window pops up that says Installation error file not found. A required installation file SKU112.CAB could not be found. Original installation source required. If you installed Microsoft Office Standard edition 2003 from cd please insert your cd.
If you installed Microsoft office standard edition 2003 over your computer network please browse to the installation source on your computer. Also a window popped up that says Microsoft word has not been installed for the current user. Please run setup to install application. I don't have the cd its lost. This just started doing this about a month ago. I can't open any files through microsoft office word or power point.
When I click on a Word document (on my Desktop, for example), it seems to take a long time for the document to open. Yet if I have Word open and click on the document it opens instantaneously. Similarly, when I right click on a document, photo, spreadsheet file, it takes what seems a long time for the menu (Open, Run as, Send to, Delete, etc..) to open.
I have Windows XP Pro SP2 as my OS. When I try to save a document directly from Word onto my DVD I get the message that is read-only. The OS does see the DVD drive because Roxio can burn to the drive. I prefer saving directly to the the drive from Word. What could be the problem?
I just installed my home Dell Dimension 4700 -- and can't seem to find any MS Office or "Word" options on my "All Programs" drop-down. The system is supposed to have Windows XP resident, but I'm not finding any of it. Also, I want to be able to convert old Word Perfect files to Word -- and vice versa, but have thus far been unsuccesaful in figuring out how to do it.
I just uninstalled something with word perfect on my dell inspiron 600 in order to free space b/c I didn't think that I used it, but now all my word docs (I'm running windows 2003 with a 2007 service compatibility patch/update) have turned into what looks like word pad docs! How do I find what was uninstalled and get it back?
I've received an e-mail with an attachment, which I need to make a part of a word document, if that is possible.The attachment is a compilation of images of business cards and logos in .jpeg format. I have attempted to PrintScreen and paste into Paint, which works, but only part of the page can be captured, not the entire <ocument.I have been asked to create a flyer or brochure, which is to contain the information sent to me, and to add additional information and text.
randomly, with random programs (be it IE, word, AIM, stinger, ad-aware, basically any program) when i go to open them i get a error saying the program has encountered errors and needs to close.the little window that pops up usually offers a "debug" button, but i dont know what that is so i just hit continue/ok and the program im trying to open will close sometimes i cant open it for a while, sometimes i can open it on second try.then the window comes up like send report to windows.o usually ill just send itand these errors appear for basically any program i have,
About 2 weeks ago I went to open an attachment and it said i needed a different program to open this. Up pops a box with a dozen or so of my regular programs so I though I will try microsoft word. I now know that was the wrong thing to do as all my pictures on my computer (hundreds) if clicked on Microsoft word opens AND THEN EVERTHING COMES UP IN XO/ JIBBERISH.i THINK ITS CALLED SCRIPT.The only way I can get the picture to open in the right program which is Nero is to right click mouse and point to open .It then directly opens in Nero.Last night we uninstalled Microsoft word and Nero to see if that helped and it did not.Lastly if email is sent with attachment when it is open it also come up through Microsoft word in gibberish however the picture is in the bottom prevue pane.
Microsoft Word came with my Dell laptop. Now, I have had to reload Word on another one of my computers, and it won't let me open Word with out putting in the "product Key". I can not find the product key anywhere. I know it is supposed to be on the outside sleeve of the CD package, but it is not. Microsoft said to contact Dell, and Dell said to contact Microsoft.
I dont seem to have microsoft word. Im running xp home edition, this is stopping me from scanning properly. I understand that i need office to do this. there is site called openoffice.org , but are not sure on whatto download from it.
Before a couple of weeks, word and all the rest was working perfectly well but since recently i cannot use it anymore.
When i open Word, an error message comes up with: Microsoft XP professional has detected an important modification in the configuration of your computer. To be able to keep on using microsoft office xp, you need to reactivate your product. To start the reactivation process, pleas insert your microsoft xp professionnal CD
I've created a ToC using TOC1, TOC2 and TOC3. I can modify the styles in either/both the TOC itself or in the text of the document, but I want them to be different from each other.
For example, in the text of the document I want TOC1 to be 12 pt font with 12pt above paragraph formatting. In the TOC itself, I want TOC1 to be 10 pt font with 4 pt above. Does anyone know how to make the style appear differently in the two different locations?
I just upgraded my very tired old Compaq Presario 7598 from 98SE to XP home edition, somehow I lost Word 2000. Prior to the upgrade I saved all my important docs to an external Buslink hard drive. Now when I try to view my stuff it says I need Word 2000. When I put the disk in it asks for the numbers off the jewel case, I don't have these as it came as bundled software when I originally bought the computer. Compaq is being of no help!! Someone out there help me with the numbers or tell me what to do!! I need access to my stuff!--Tks--Steve email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
when i go to print a document on word it freezes and i have to close down word this also happens on other programs aswell including notepad. I have tried to go in to the control panel to sort it out but when i click on printer and faxes it just freezes and i have to close it again using the task manager.
I have an XP and I deleted a file (.doc) and I wish to recover it; from what I understand when a file is deleted it's not "wiped" off the HD, just the path to it is gone. How hard is it to recover the file?
None of the word processors on my computer, save notepad, work at all. When I double click the application, it shows the hourglass for a split second, and it disappears again, as if I'd never clicked anything. Actually, MS word worked. Except it always had some random error and just exited itself. So as far as I'm concerned, I can't use any of my word processors.I ran a CHKDSK scan, it took several hours to complete, but I did it, and the problem persisted.So I decided to get a HJT log. I downloaded HJT.
This is the first forum post iv ever done so hi to all !!!Now getting to the point i have been gettin this MSVCR80.DLL related error for sometime now i believe it started after in installed .net framework 2 from Microsoft.This error would come up whenever i tried opening ms word earlier i used to have OFFICE XP i upgraded to OFFICE 2007 and i still get the same error i now have open office writer as a workaround but thats besides the point
I have a Media Center PC, and the icons always on my desktop only showed the words. This is kind of hard to explain, but now there is a blue box in which the words are in. For Example, My Computer. Before that is all you would see under the little icon; now you see a blue box with white words inside of it saying My Computer. I messed around with all the view properties with no luck
Sometime after downloading a recent Microsoft (Automatic) Update, I now find the Outlook and Word Programs remaining resident in memory after using Outlook (memory as viewed via Windows Task Manager). Sometimes, the programs gobble-up as much as 150K of RAM. I have 1.0 Gb of RAM on the machine. I find that I now routinely approach the 1.0 Gb threshold. And while this has not been a real problem in terms of system resources or performance, I find little reason to leave these programs resident in memory. I'm at a loss for how to keep these programs from commandeering a full-time presence in RAM. How to I prevent these programs from remaining resident in memory? I've combed through the configuration settings within each program, but with no clue as to user-control for this behavior.
How to figure out why the Windows Accessories Programs "Calculator," "Paint," and "Wordpad" appear to have been disabled in my PC (XP Professional)? I tried to find where the "Calculator" program may be lodged in the hard drive, for example, so as to bring back the application from wherever it is apparently hiding. I typed "C:WINDOWS/system32/calc.exe" into the "Run" command. The message box that opened read like this: "Windows cannot find C:WINDOWS/system32/calc.exe." The message box then suggests to "....click the Start button, and then click Search." "Search" could not find the file. But it was accessible before from the Start-> Menu->All Programs->Accessories.