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Thread poster: xxxBrandis
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Mar 29, 2006

this is happening since three days, I have uninstalled and re-installed Office 2003 multiple times, but whenever I start a document, word starts in protected mode and the document has to be loaded manually. I have uninstalled Trados and all to avoid further trouble and also disabled word as editor in Outlook. I shall appreciate all helping hints. I have no trouble working with protected mode, but why is it starting explicitly in this mode. It displays some document is being saved etc. even when I just start the program without opening any document.Best Brandis

[Edited at 2006-03-29 06:05]


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Dan Schioenning Larsen
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Delete normal.dot Mar 29, 2006

Try searching for, and deleting all instances of normal.dot on your computer and restarting Word after that.

Word will generate a new normal.dot on startup.


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xxxBrandis
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ingenious Mar 29, 2006

Dan Larsen wrote:

Try searching for, and deleting all instances of normal.dot on your computer and restarting Word after that.

Word will generate a new normal.dot on startup.
worked like magic. Initially I had searched for it, but later started word and searched under the Menü "vorlagen" templates and removed it. Now it is functioning normally. Thank you Brandis

[Edited at 2006-03-29 19:48]


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