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Q: I am on my office computer using Windows XP Professional 5.1 SP3; Word 2007 SP3.
I received several .doc attchments to an email (in Outlook), but they open as gibberish in Word. I can get the text in Wordpad, but don’t want to use the documents there, and I cannot save a WP doc to Word.
I have opened other docs from the same sender in the past week, in Word, without a problem.
I checked the file associations, and .doc is set to open with Word, as are all of the other .doc… options. WP is set to open with WordPad, but even when I tried switiching that to Word, I get the same result.
I’ve rebooted twice.
I can’t figure out anything else to do. Any suggestions?
Thank you in advance!
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