Whenever I open any Word Doc. I get the following messages:
"The command cannot be performed because a dialog box is open. Click OK, and then close open dialog boxes to continue."
I click ok.
There's then another error message:
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\STARTUP\PDFMaker.dot contains macros by Adobe Systems Incorporated
Macros may contain viruses. It is usually safe to disable macros, but if the macros are legitimate you may lose some functionality.
The security level is set to High. Therefore, you cannot enable macros from sources that you do not trust."
I am then given the option to check a box entitled:
"Always trust macros from this publisher."
Or I can click on "Disable Macros."
If I close both of these boxes without doing anything another error message appears:
"The macros in this project are disabled. Please refer to online help or documentation of the host application to determine how to enable macros."
I click ok and the document opens.
I didn't purposely create macros. Most of my word docs. don't have macros. A few might because I copied/pasted articles from newspapers but these error messages appear in simple letters I've typed that contain no macros. This even occurs when I open a brand new blank word doc.
How do I get rid of all these error messages?
Dell Latitude D820
Genuine Intel[R] CPU
T2300 @ 1.66 GHz
981MHz, 0.99 GB of RAM
Physical Address Extension
Win XP, Home Edition, Version 2002
Service Pack 2
Adobe Reader 8