Posted on Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 11:46 PM
Runtime errors in MS Word, generally occur when the program is launched or initiated. Runtime errors indicates that the action that you tried to perform did not complete its mission. Likewise, you may encounter an error message while performing an action on MS Word. This generally happens due to various factors such as program crash, broken script, virus, etc. Runtime error in MS Word causes the inaccessibility of data, which may further result in data loss. In such situations, you can access your data by using a valid and recent data backup file. However, if the backup is not available, or corrupt, then you need to use a third-party application known as DOC Repair
software to repair the corrupted Word document.
For instance – While you are composing a letter in MS Word, an error message occurs which is similar to the following:
Posted on Monday, October 26, 2009 at 2:24 AM
Microsoft Word is a word processing software, widely used to write reports, letters, articles, brochures, and other documents. The documents can be saved at any desired location. At times, you might face some issues while trying to access the Word document. This happens due to corruption in the Word document. This corruption can occur due to various reasons, like improper system shutdown, virus attack, power failure, and more. Corruption in the Word document may result in data loss. An updated data backup may prove handy in these situations. But, if there is no backup, or the backup fails to restore the data, then a powerful Word Repair
software will retrieve the data from the corrupt word file.
For instance – Sometimes, while trying to print a Word document (2003), you encounter the below error message:
“Microsoft Word has encountered a problem and needs to close
We are sorry for the inconvenience”...
Posted on Monday, September 07, 2009 at 5:07 AM
In Microsoft Word, a Macro is a rule that specifies how the certain input sequence should mapped to the output sequence according to defined process. This mapping process, which instantiates a macro in specific output sequence is called macro expansion. But in some situations, using macros in Microsoft Word document may prove harmful. It might damage the word document and make it inaccessible. It results into critical data loss situations and require Word Recovery to be sorted out.
In a practical scenario, when you try to open a Word document by double clicking on it, you might come across below error message:
“The document you are opening contains macros or customizations. Some macros may contain viruses that could harm your computer.
If you are sure this document is from a trusted source, click Enable Macros. If you are not sure and want to prevent any macros from running, click Disable Macros.”...
Posted on Thursday, September 03, 2009 at 2:14 AM
A Microsoft Word document might get corrupt due to system errors, file system issues, network problems, unexpected shutdown and many similar causes. A corrupt Word document might fail to open, show weird characters or give errors while trying to be opened. To cope up with such problems, you need to use your recent backup that could completely restore the entire lost information. But sometimes, when backup proves inefficient to give the required output, you should use Word Recovery software to repair them.
For an instance, consider that you have a .doc file stored on a USB flash drive. You try to open the file but fail to do so with an error message. The system prompts you to run chkdsk for USB flash drive. After you run the tool, you observe following symptoms:
.The document has been renamed with a 'square' symbol with no file extension.
.When you double click to open the file, the 'open file' dialog box appears that asks you to choose the program, with which you desire to open the file. You click to choose...