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Word 2007 - Continuous Macro Errors


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This is happening to a guy in my office. He's running a windows 7 OS, but I am not certain where to begin looking for these add-ins. His word wont even open... no matter how many times you click okay, it doesn't go away. Any advice to fix this?
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And as any FYI: I'm pretty basic in this kind of stuff, so lay terms is helpful. THANKS!

Edited by boogie_down2991, 30 June 2011 - 02:17 PM.

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I removed Office Live Plugin and .Com addin for Adobe, had no success.

I have installed Visual Basic for Applications from MS Office Shared Tools.

Go to Add/Remove Programs(XP) or Programs and Features(Vista or Win 7) from Control Panel and select Microsoft Office 2007 from the list.
Click Change and click Add/Remove Features.
Expand Office Shared Features and the arrow beside Visual Basic for Applications. Select Installed on First Use.
Click Continue and let the process completed.

Once this is completed, open Word, it will work fine.

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Thanks to Silverskull, as I finally upgraded office 2003 to office 2007 and had this exact problem solved with this solution.
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Thanx a lot !!!
It worked like magic .. Really annoyed by the error messages :thumbsup:
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