Word 2000

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Jack, Aug 21, 2003.

  1. Jack

    Jack Guest

    Need Help.....
    I was playing on my Word 2000 the other day and playing with graphs and
    cells etc. After I got done playing I logged off. Two days later when I
    logged back on to Word 2000 the blank document that comes up as soon as I
    log on contains those cells. I can type a letter etc. on top of the cells
    and when I print, only the letter prints, not the cells. But how do I get
    rid of the cells that seem to be a default on my blank documents on Word
    2000. Delete doesn't work because it seems like the cells are not recognized
    except on the monitor screen. It is very annoying. Any help will be
    sincerely appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Jack in Arizona
    Jack, Aug 21, 2003
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  2. Jack

    Computer Guy Guest

    Hello,
    Try this. Your default template in word seems to be corrupt. Do a Computer
    search for files and folders.
    Search for "normal.dot". When you find it, rename it to normal.old.
    Start Microsoft Word and you should have a new default template.
    DennisC

    "Jack" <> wrote in message
    news:_bY0b.1832$...
    > Need Help.....
    > I was playing on my Word 2000 the other day and playing with graphs and
    > cells etc. After I got done playing I logged off. Two days later when I
    > logged back on to Word 2000 the blank document that comes up as soon as I
    > log on contains those cells. I can type a letter etc. on top of the cells
    > and when I print, only the letter prints, not the cells. But how do I get
    > rid of the cells that seem to be a default on my blank documents on Word
    > 2000. Delete doesn't work because it seems like the cells are not

    recognized
    > except on the monitor screen. It is very annoying. Any help will be
    > sincerely appreciated.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Jack in Arizona
    >
    >
    Computer Guy, Aug 21, 2003
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