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Enjoy! grrr Don Bishop says: 7 years ago I'm getting this message while trying to open a Mac Word file in MSWord 2007. Pham Transcription Services 50,783 views 5:27 Word File not Opening - Fix Inaccessible Word Document - Duration: 2:00. I followed your suggestions and the error goes away but now the document is all garbled and not converting. weblink

Procedure to use Remo Repair Word In order to repair your corrupt Word document first download the Remo Repair Word tool on your Windows systems and install it. Srinivasa Rao says: 7 years ago Hi, When opening the word document from an application, it is throwing the above error. [email protected] kim_1784 says: 7 years ago This site is good.. emartel says: 6 years ago I, too, had the same problem but have found a solution, at least for me: The .doc file you have is possibly a .docx file that https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/wordonenotesupport/2009/12/10/when-opening-the-word-document-users-are-getting-error-word-cannot-start-the-converter-mswrd632-wpc-or-cannot-load-word-for-windows-6-0-files/

Khal says: 7 years ago After I got the following message: "Can not start converter MSWrd632". attachment. i have used the office 2003 pro cd but still the problem persists.

rmoore says: 6 years ago I haven't had the problem myself but has anyone having the problem looked at Microsoft's website for a solution?. This is because I keep getting the message "word cannot start the converter mswrd632. Microsoft Office will use its own text converters to open these kinds of files. ============================================================================================== In case you want to re-enable the converter, you can add an AllowConversion registry entry with What was really weird is that if she clicked on the red X button, the document would open just fine!

Please be aware that setting this registry key removes the protection that was added by this security update. KSMarko says: 7 years ago I deleted the following regedit key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftShared ToolsText ConvertersImportMSWord6.wpc" and it did not do the trick. I have already tried to uninstalled the converter, as sugested above but the problem remains unsoloved. Following solution is the updated solution which is provided by Microsoft Word Team.

I had backed them up, but when Dell did a full backup preparing to reset XPS, it went on the same drive and over wrote the good ones. Now I just find it impossible to save my files from my laptop to my pen drive, to open in another computer because. He noted that when the error and box are open, all of the choices in the list of converters are grayed out. In the Value data box, type 1, and then click OK.

Try changing the file name to .pdf or maybe even .txt - it might work, what do you have to lose ? http://helpdeskgeek.com/office-tips/word-cannot-start-the-converter-mswrd632-wpc/ jj says: 6 years ago I followed the steps in the registry editor but when I reach to the import part, there's no msword6.wpc. Loading... Monduj1 says: 6 years ago I, too, was experiencing the same error when attempting to open a .doc file with Word from Office 2003.

Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Back to Computer Help forum 22 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-start/cannot-start-wusb11.html Many thanks. Simply changing the extension back to PDF allowed the file to open (with Adobe PDF Reader of course). Yodot Zip Repair tool repairs and recovers Zip file content from a Zip file that is inaccessible or damaged because of CRC error, download error etc.

You can keep checkmate for Word file corruption due to this kind of errors. Steve Sameer says: 6 years ago Hello. Delete the key 4. check over here Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading...

larry caldwell says: 4 years ago I was on the verge of freaking out when: I emailed the file to myself (Google account) Then clicked view file (not download) Most of Check follow KB for detail and updated information. 973904 MS09-073: Description of the security update for Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003: December 8, 2009 Resolution: - The kwjass and Nibdyh1 was spot on.

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I opened the file with Notepad and found: ..Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64. It usually happens when you try to open any Word file of older version or you have just changed the file extension to open any file in MS Word format.Anyways, I Hope this can be a solution for those of you who found no luck with the other suggestions. Thanks.

After renaming it to .eml Outlook Express opened the correct document without any problems. Please help! :( StevePTechSupport says: 6 years ago This problem popped up for me 2 days ago as well. When I try to open these documents, my Desk top is unable to open them with Word 2000 Premium version. this content I dread having to deal with Dell tech again, but maybe I should.