The start of the file in notepad read %PDF-1.0. nuriszhar says: 6 years ago Installing the Compatibility Pack as suggested by StevePTechSupport solved my issue instantly. Thanks, ROM, Oct 26, 2004 #1 Advertisements garfield-n-odie Guest See item 2 in http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/ProbsOpeningWord.htm. "ROM" wrote: > Whenever I try to open Word 2000 a message comes up saying that I followed your suggestions and the error goes away but now the document is all garbled and not converting. check my blog
Subscribe FREE SERVICE: Get tips like this every week in WordTips, a free productivity newsletter. I don't even care about the original doc anymore. It is most likely to be due to template corruption. Word displays the Options dialog box.
Dana, Nov 5, 2003, in forum: Word Errors Replies: 1 Views: 96 Suzanne S. Please clarify as to what OS you are using and whether its 32 or 64-bit. The reason for doing this is that there is a bug in the WinFax installer software – it doesn't always install its add-in in the right folder. But here is something I noticed: After getting the File Converstion screen, I noticed the first line (of my file at least) read %PDF.
I just deleted the first line according to the instructions. changed the extension to .docx instead of .doc and all was good. All > other office programs work ok. All other office programs work ok.
The Word MVP Site Word Home Word:mac Troubleshoot Troubleshoot Tutorials About Us Contact Sitemap Up to Word Application Errors Errors affecting entire application Problems opening Word Re-registering Word Resetting menus To do so, select View + Folder Options (or Tools + Folder Options, or View + Options, in some versions of Windows); and on the “View” tab of the dialog, deselect Aaftab Ansari says: 5 years ago Thank You Very Much, your solution is very useful. MORE FROM ALLEN Protecting Worksheets from Deletion If you share a workbook with others in your office, you will probably want to make sure that some of the worksheets don't get...
Curt says: 3 years ago Simply changing the doc to docx worked for me. i also tried to rename it to .docx but the same happens.. Simply changing the extension back to PDF allowed the file to open (with Adobe PDF Reader of course). Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.
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alex says: 5 years ago I just had the error msword632.wpc. And now, ALL of my existing documents have converted to Wordpad. as Roddy said only same documents not open, other open normally!! news On doing so it becamce obvious that it was a new microsoft document with the compressed xml, etc files/directories which I had seen in Word 2007 files, so I then renamed
What now? Steve Sameer says: 6 years ago Hello. If you cannot see the file extensions (as in Normal.dot) see the reference to switching their display on in b) below.
When you later restart Word, the old parts are still there and can cause havoc. Mike [email protected] mariaquea says: 7 years ago I've got a problem with my computer. Discover More Subscribe FREE SERVICE: Get tips like this every week in WordTips, a free productivity newsletter. If, whenever you start one of the Microsoft Office programs after applying the Microsoft Office SR-1/SR-1a Update, the program quits immediately after it starts, this probably means that the CD key
I opened the file with Notepad and found: ..Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64. Srinivasa Rao says: 7 years ago Hi, When opening the word document from an application, it is throwing the above error. I changed the extension on the file to .docx, and Word 2003 was able to open it without issue. More about the author riaannieman says: 6 years ago I tried both these solutions, as well as the fix at support.microsoft.com/kb/973904, but I still have no success.
warwin says: 5 years ago i tried to delete the mswrd6 on the reg edit section but when i opened the file it didn't display the pop-up anymore but instead it I asked him to create a new document, type something, save it, and then re-open it. Back to top #5 Allan Allan BC Advisor 8,080 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:New Jersey Local time:07:07 AM Posted 23 March 2011 - 04:53 PM Are you trying to open documents Simply delete the .doc and add .pdf at the end.
I'm trying to open an email doc. kwjass and Nibdyh1 was spot on. Open the new copy 7. maryyugo says: 6 years ago You can use notepad to open the file and it will determine if it is really some other file type.
Monduj1 says: 7 years ago I, too, was experiencing the same error when attempting to open a .doc file with Word from Office 2003. silvia says: 7 years ago hi! Using XP, SP3. noc d k manera me pudieras ayudar para abrir estos archivos.
Please just tell me what is wrong with my computer. Put flash drive in my old laptop, opened it in word97 & hit print - got a weird error & long rambling text "explanation" about how this revealing my user id HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftShared ToolsText ConvertersImportMSWord6.wpc remove this files. How do I get my other docs back into Word?
Then I was able to open the same document on my desk top for amending or printing purposes. Right click on winword.exe and click on Properties and then click on Compatibility tab. This is because I keep getting the message "word cannot start the converter mswrd632.