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Old 05-15-2007, 01:42 PM   #21
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Ann, re whacking Office into shape: I've had to do any number of installs/uninstalls/reinstalls of Office X and 2004 ... if you run into messages about missing Asian fonts or nonsense about some framework or other missing, restart the Mac before trying anything else. You can waste all sorts of time trying vainly to fix the problem, where a simple reboot'll often do it.
Well, now Excel has got to the letter P in optimising my fonts, and is claiming that every one is corrupt. Slowly. I will still be clicking on the OK button when I'm 80 at this rate.

   
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Well, now Excel has got to the letter P in optimising my fonts, and is claiming that every one is corrupt. Slowly. I will still be clicking on the OK button when I'm 80 at this rate.
Thanks to Macintouch, I've solved this one. Had to move a file out to the desktop, and Excel started behaving properly half way through the Open process.

   
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