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I passed recently on a new calculator with Win 7 64 bit, and noticed that Word XP (2002), crashes very often with even a slightly different formatting from a linear text, i.e. on text with tables in it.
Besides having updated it, of course. This is strange to me, because so many non-MS 32-bit applications behave excellently on Windows 7 64 bits, and the native MS application, like MS Word 2002, doesn't.
Does anybody have experience with this problem? Thank you.
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