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When I try to insert clip art into an Office program, I don't see the clipart. I see the file name dglxasset.aspx. If I open using the Clip Organizer, it seems to be okay. I tried a repair install the other day but that didn't fix it. <_<
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Seasons Greeting Ozzy! <_<

If you can't see any clipart, likely your temporary cache is full. Try emptying it. In Internet Explorer go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Under "Temporary Internet Files..." select the "Delete Files..." button. Restart Word.

If it's only a few clip art items, you've probably saved a preview of a file that needed to be downloaded. This can also be corrected by clearing the cache, but to insert the file you'll need to download it to your computer for the MS Site.
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