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Error with Word Macros

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I wonder if someone might have an answer to what is a very annoying problem. For a long time I have used Word macros for common tasks I do (in particular, inserting various OLE objects into documents). However, lately the macros (it seems) have become corrupted. In particular, if I launch Equation Editor via my macro, occasionally (perhaps 1 in 5 times) the text will become garbled, and the program will behave (quite strangely!) as though the Control key is constantly down :tazz: so for example if I type just 'q', it will bring up the Quit dialog box. If I do not use the macro (if I manually insert the OLE object from the Insert menu), it works fine. I've tried deleting the normal.dot template, uninstalling and reinstalling Office, the works. Any ideas? Thanks...
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