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I was in the middle of typing a document when a "run time error" drop down appeared on the screen. Lost my document and will have to start over. I've never seen a "run time error" What is it?
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Means it's done something it shouldn't, or something that it's done that it isn't supposed to do. In the internet world we now inhabit, many older programs come up against new (complimentary) programs and start doing things that they shouldn't because they don't like the new software.

Browser toolbar helpers, such as Google Toolbar, Yahoo Toolbar and even eBay Toolbar are known to cause great difficulties with some programs, which is why I don't use or recommend any of them.
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Means it's done something it shouldn't, or something that it's done that it isn't supposed to do. In the internet world we now inhabit, many older programs come up against new (complimentary) programs and start doing things that they shouldn't because they don't like the new software.

Browser toolbar helpers, such as Google Toolbar, Yahoo Toolbar and even eBay Toolbar are known to cause great difficulties with some programs, which is why I don't use or recommend any of them.


Neal thanks for the reply. I've got both tool bars so i think it is time to remove them although I'm not sure how to do that.
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Go to your add and remove programs from your control panel look for google tool bar and yahoo toolbar click on them and then remove

http://toolbar.msn.c...suite/tabs.aspx ..download that one its good


then do a disk clean up from your system tools found in all programs in accessries


reboot

Edited by rushin1nd, 13 September 2006 - 03:51 PM.

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