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Hikmat Faraj United States Local time: 09:14 English to Arabic + ...
Apr 2, 2017
I have searched the forums and was unable to find threads regarding this issue. Any duplication is unintentional. Here goes:
After installing MultiTerm 2011, when I open Word (tried with 2016 and 2007), I start with an error message, followed by more error messages, and eventually I have to force quit Word. When I remove the MultiTerm templates from the directory, the problem disappears, but of course that defeats the purpose. My operating system is Windows 10, 64 bit. My office applications are all 32 bit architecture.
When I open Word, i get the following error message: "The macro can't be found or has been disabled" . I go to Word Options and enable all macros. I still get the same error message. Can someone try to offer some help or refer me to a thread that has dealt with this issue?
I am having to use MT 2011 because MT Extract 2011 requires MT 2011 to function. It will not accept MT 2009, which works perfectly with Word.
[Edited at 2017-04-02 14:59 GMT]
[Edited at 2017-04-02 15:07 GMT]
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