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Installation Multiterm 2009 SP4 asks for WordInterface password
Thread poster: Akke Wagenaar
Akke Wagenaar Senegal Local time: 20:03 Member (2011) English to Dutch + ...
Sep 16, 2011
During installation (nearly at the end) of an otherwise flawless installation of Multiterm 2009 SP4 I got the following message box: "MultiTermWordInterface password: " (which I must enter and then click OK). I have no clue (for) what that password should be. I read the installation guide which doesn't say anything about a password. I searched the KB and found one article which says I can now change my Multiterm Online password. Please help me out. Thanks in advance. PS: I clicked Cancel, then a Microsoft Visual Basic message box appeared: compiling error, can't find library or .... (?), then Microsoft Visual Basic opened.
[Edited at 2011-09-16 10:15 GMT]
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