User community support forum for Apache OpenOffice, LibreOffice and all the OpenOffice.org derivatives Skip to content Advanced search Board index Change font size FAQ Register Login Information The requested topic does Run one of the installed Office 2007 programs (e.g. By Windows Central Question in forum Ask a Question Replies: 1 Last Post: 07-31-2015, 06:03 PM Search window in Windows 10 question (Help)-how can I stop is randomly opening? Faça login para reportar conteúdo inadequado. check over here
After install the update, the Office version should be 15.0.4745.1002 or later. Fazer login 22 1 Não gostou deste vídeo? Attention: Before you continue to repair your Office Installation first make sure that your computer is clean from malware by using this guide: Malware Removal Guide to clean your infected computer. Your cache administrator is webmaster. https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=72812
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Faça login para que sua opinião seja levada em conta. Find and then double-click on “OFFDIAG.EXE” to start office diagnostics. 3. Repair Office 2007 problems from inside Office 2007 programs. 1. Microsoft Word Not Opening Windows 10 Follow Windows Central RSS facebook twitter you tube You Might Want...
DuncanOctober 15, 2014 9:20 amSorry, this was not helpful. Office Won't Open Windows 10 This is happening because Microsoft Office is trying to open an Outlook attachment from untrusted locations in Protected Mode, and failing. Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Glen Briden, Mikki Soca and Maytham Fahmi like this. Harlan Lane Member Posts 2 Posts 08-05-2015,07:25 AM #4 I Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter ravehor Member Posts 1 Posts 08-06-2015,06:02 PM #6 Had the same problem, I don't know what it is -
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So if you want to repair Office 2010 or Office 2013: 1. The default setting, Open selected file types in Protected View, allows you to view the document in Word, but not edit it. How-To Videos How Excel logical functions can do the number-crunching work for you View more PCWorld videos »