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By Pommyboy_FearFactory ·
Hi There,

I cant seem to find a solution anywhere for this problem, i have a client who is getting this error message:

Runtime Error!

Program: C:\PROGRAM FILES\MICROSOFT OFFICE\OFFICE10\WINWORD.EXE

This application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unisial way. Please contact the applications support team for more information.

i have done a detect and repair and also reinstall office...

i thought it may have been one document that was courrpted however any word document has this error come up...

any help is greatly appreciated

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Did you notice

by NexS In reply to Microsoft Office Question

That this is referring to WINWORD.EXE?
As in, Word 2002?

What version of office are you running? (hopefully not 2002)


<i>Edited: I'm faltering...</i>

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Comma Police

by santeewelding In reply to Did you notice

After, "As in".

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Corrected.

by NexS In reply to Comma Police
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No fear

by santeewelding In reply to Did you notice

I am not Judge Dredd...yet.

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But

by NexS In reply to No fear

The day will come, and I'm sure the differences are negligible. As far as we're concerned, your facelessness is evident. All that is left is your costume.

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I costume

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That puts

by NexS In reply to I costume

A new perspective on you.

Food for thought, indeed.

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Active voice

by santeewelding In reply to That puts

With which, I hope you are able to accommodate yourself. Others, I trow, are not so near able to.

Devil take the hindmost.

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This seems to be going around.

by seanferd In reply to Microsoft Office Question

Over the summer, I've seen at least 5 apparently unrelated instances of "This application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way." I do not know if there is any significance to this.

The question: What runtime is used by Office 10? Is this a vb/net runtime?

The 2 obvious starter suggestions:

Normal.dot: Rename it & let Word create a new one. Test.

Add-ons: Disable them or run Office in the Office Safe Mode.

Then there is the good old Detect and Repair on the help menu (wherever that has got to on the ribbon) and the Add & Remove / Programs & Features control panel option to repair Office.

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seanferd

by santeewelding In reply to This seems to be going ar ...

Restores sanity and strict rationality to the thread.

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