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Word template magically attaches .wmz files


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cinster

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I used a word template (downloaded from www.office.microsoft.com) to create an e-newsletter. Now when I send it out, it attaches files (sometimes .wmz and sometimes .emz). At least one recipient has clicked on these files and had a bunch of nasty words strewn upon their screen! So, I am trying to figure out where these attachments are coming from. I didn't see anything else listed in previous topics, but please re-direct me if I missed it.

Any help with this would be much appreciated. We send out an e-newsletter each month and I need to clean it up! thank you. :tazz:
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so you dled an office template...you create a document...then attatch it to an email...with this email a file get's attatched with either a .wmz or .emz extansion...if someone opens the .wmz or .emz file....it's just bad words strewn across the screen?

does this happen with ANY word document you attatch? emails without attatchements? emails with diff kinds of attatchements?
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Was there any resolution to this issue?
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