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Multiple Errors

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Eric Denver, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. Eric Denver

    Eric Denver Flightless Bird

    1. When I try to open a word document straight from an email, nothing
    happens. I double-click or right-click then "open" and nothing happens. I can
    save the file, open the word program and then open the file -but no word docs
    open straight from the email itself. I have checked the temp folder, and gone
    through detect & repair multiple times -all with no result.

    2. When composing an email i cannot click in the message body or the scroll
    bar. The only option for getting to the message body is to "tab" to it.

    any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
     
  2. Ben M. Schorr, MVP

    Ben M. Schorr, MVP Flightless Bird

    What version of Office are you using? Have you tried to do a Repair install
    (Control Panel | Programs...)

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    "Eric Denver" <Eric Denver@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:6F0AC5B7-0B49-40CD-9EB4-4A062DE9905A@microsoft.com...
    > 1. When I try to open a word document straight from an email, nothing
    > happens. I double-click or right-click then "open" and nothing happens. I
    > can
    > save the file, open the word program and then open the file -but no word
    > docs
    > open straight from the email itself. I have checked the temp folder, and
    > gone
    > through detect & repair multiple times -all with no result.
    >
    > 2. When composing an email i cannot click in the message body or the
    > scroll
    > bar. The only option for getting to the message body is to "tab" to it.
    >
    > any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
     

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