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Microsoft Office Word

The document '' caused a serious error the last...

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  Microsoft Office Word 

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  The document 'item ' caused a serious error the last time it was opened. Would you like to continue opening it?

This error may appear if you attempt to open a file marked as damaged or disabled by a Microsoft Office system program. Each time an attempt is made to open the file? even if the file was recovered or repaired? will cause this error to appear and other currently open files or programs to suspend.
The file is in the Disabled Items list because, in previous attempts to open the file, it has caused the program to fault or shut down more than once.
Microsoft Project, Microsoft SharePoint Designer, and Microsoft OneNote: If the file was properly recovered, replaced, or deleted, you can remove the file from the list of disabled files (re-enable the file) by selecting Help, About Microsoft Office , and then clicking Disabled Items. Select the disabled item that you want to re-enable, and then click Enable.
Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Publisher, and Microsoft InfoPath: If the file was properly recovered, replaced, or deleted, you can remove the file from the list of disabled


Typical location
  C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\

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Last update: 09-Aug-2012 8:49 pm