What do you mean by "navigate to"? Don't know where to locate "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Word"Can't find the "Data" folder to rename it to "Old-Data"
It is in your system registry. Goto start>> Run>> type regedit.exeThen browse to the registry entry as described in previous post. HTH
Brill.The 'Data' folder rename is so simple and so effective.
AWESOME. I've been looking for a solution for days. How the heck does this occur in the first place?
sorry but that is not working like all the other tips i tried
maybe u need to reinstall ur whole OS it works for me 4 sure...
I just did this for MS Word ... I hope it works. Only time will tell as this closing error does not happen every time I use MS Word. This has also started happening with Outlook as well. When I close it, there's an error saying it has stopped working ... what's the fix for that?
Actually, no it didn't work as I just got the same error message again. That sucks. I should probably just re-install MS office.
Thank you, that fixed the problem for me. It was driving me batty!
Sweet this worked great, thanks!
Seems to have worked for me...only time will tell!Thank you for the fix.
worked for me. Great advice. but how did microsoft word have this stupid problem in the first place?
Same issue as all above. Followed pathway Start>run>regedit.exe and found file HKEY_CURRENT_USER but rest of file name not found. Unable to locate a 'data' file to change. Any other help?
This fix works great. Thanks. It's the 2nd time I've had to use it so I copied the instructions to a notepad file and saved it!
Simple and effective. Thank you.
Great. Works as a charm! Thanx
Thank you. Worked straight away with Word 2007
it works as hell..thanks sirnice tips
Thanks for the tip. Simple, easy, clean and worked great! Much appreciated.
this worked! i am thrilled as i was unable to do any work.thank you
8/17/09 It worked like a charm. Go to Start - Run - Type in "regedit" adn then follow the path HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Office/12.0/Word...then rename the folder called "data" to "olddata" adn change the folder called "options" to "oldoptions."
To my mind MS Word is the good program,but I know better-word repairer.Because this tool can to help in situation with corrupted and deleted word files.Software is free as far as I remember and can too open doc, docx, dot, dotx and rtf files either from your workstation or from any location within your corporate network.
It works! Thank you!
this dosnt work how do you do it no one try this it dosnt work
sorry, it doesn't work for me..any other solution?
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