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bizzt

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OK I have a User with a problem. Basically he opens up any Word document and all the Words are blank Yet you can hilight the words with no Issue. It just looks like the Font is White but I tried changing that. Only thing I have not tried is a repair but there has to be something I am missing?
 

bizzt

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bizzt said:
OK I have a User with a problem. Basically he opens up any Word document and all the Words are blank Yet you can hilight the words with no Issue. It just looks like the Font is White but I tried changing that. Only thing I have not tried is a repair but there has to be something I am missing?
OK i deleted the normal.dot and the file now shows the words BUT it put everything into Tabs? It is like any document he opens it shows the word but with tabs between each letter? There however is no Tabs showing on the Ruler?
 

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bizzt said:
OK i deleted the normal.dot and the file now shows the words BUT it put everything into Tabs? It is like any document he opens it shows the word but with tabs between each letter? There however is no Tabs showing on the Ruler?
OK REALLY WEIRD... Excel seems to come up but it shows the starting excel Screen then the Tool bar but you can only see the background of the Desktop?? Tried opening something up the same thing happens....
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