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Wordfast, 2 computers, new license and problems...
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Yoanna  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 21:42
English to Polish
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Jul 3, 2006

OK, I have this problem - I used Wordfast 3.35 and today I decided to purchase the new Wordfast version from the website. I wrote down the license number after downloading, paid and then installed it on the computer. I work on my parents' computer now, since I am on vacation, but I wanted to put Wordfast eventually on my working computer [laptop] which has no connection to the Internet at the moment. So I just put the WF file on the memory stick, transferred it to my laptop and installed WF the usual way, replacing my old one. It runs at Word startup and looks nice, except when I want access to the "F" window to open a TM, it says "Run-time error 6068: Programmatic Access to Visual Basic Project is not trusted".

My macros are set on low and everything seems to be fine. What's wrong?

Joanna


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Steven Sidore  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 05:42
Member (2003)
German to English
What operating system and version of Word? Jul 4, 2006

I seem to recall running into to this once when using my father-in-law's computer while on a visit. You'll need to let us know the operating system and version of Word, but I think the issue was that I was logged into a non-administrator level account and it didn't have sufficient privileges to enable macros, even if it seemed to go through the motions.

Try logging in as an administrator and trying it that way. Just don't forget to reset the macro protections when you're done!

Good luck!

Steven


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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 06:42
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Finnish to German
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One guess: virus protection Jul 4, 2006

Some virus protections do conflict with Wordfast. But I'm not sure. You might get better advice when posting your question at the wordfast group on Yahoo.
I had this problem when switching to Wf 5.1, so I went back to Wf 5.0.
Regards
Heinrich

[Bearbeitet am 2006-07-04 10:43]


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Yoanna  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 21:42
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Got it! Jul 4, 2006

I eventually stumbled upon the solution by myself. Here is the link, in case anyone else has this problem:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q282830/

Thank you for all your help, I really appreciate it!

[I have Windows XP]


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Milan Condak  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:42
English to Czech
Trust to project in VBA Jul 4, 2006

Yoanna wrote:

"Run-time error 6068: Programmatic Access to Visual Basic Project is not trusted".

My macros are set on low and everything seems to be fine. What's wrong?

Joanna


http://www.condak.net/lekce/duvera/en/00.html

on
http://www.condak.net/lekce/duvera/en/04.html

you have to trust to all project access in Viasual Basic for Application.

Milan


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