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Whalebone
 
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Default Microsoft Word: disconnected by "abnormal runtime error" popup

The pagination ran away with my original draft, flipping through additional
blank pages until I had to turn off the computer to shut it down. Now when I
try to use Word, I keep getting interrupted by a popup that flashes "abnormal
runtime error" before disconnecting me and erasing my text.
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Doug Robbins - Word MVP
 
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Default Microsoft Word: disconnected by "abnormal runtime error" popup

See the article "Problems opening Word" at:

http://www.word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErr...peningWord.htm


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The pagination ran away with my original draft, flipping through
additional
blank pages until I had to turn off the computer to shut it down. Now
when I
try to use Word, I keep getting interrupted by a popup that flashes
"abnormal
runtime error" before disconnecting me and erasing my text.



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