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@krishbcs • 13 Dec, 2011
i have following error while open ms office application. help me please....

There is no not enough memory or disk space to run word.
@Reya • 13 Dec, 2011 I think you dont have enough space in your hard drive.

Do you have free space in your hard drive where you installed ms office?

Do you encounter the same error when you try to open excel or ppt files?

Did you try to open it from the application in the start menu or by double clicking the file?
@krishbcs • 14 Dec, 2011 i have 11GB free memory space in my C: drive(ms office2007 installed in c drive).
Yes, that same error, while i opened ms ppt, ms excel files.
Yes, i opened ms applications in start menu.


or tell me where will i download free ms office2007?
@Reya • 15 Dec, 2011 Assuming that you encounter that disk space error when you try to open any saved word,excel or powerpoint file.

Did you try to reinstall it again?

why do you want to use 2007 version when there is newer version(2010) available?
@PraveenKumar Purushothaman • 22 Dec, 2011 • 2 likes You have to rename the global template normal.dot to resolve this issue.

Note: Renaming the Normal.dot template resets several options back to their default settings, including custom styles, custom toolbars, macros, and AutoText entries. Therefore, Microsoft strongly recommends that you rename the Normal.dot template instead of deleting it.

Certain installations may yield more than one legitimate Normal.dot file. These situations include multiple versions of Microsoft Word that are running on the same computer or several workstation installations on the same computer. In these situations, pay special attention so that you rename the correct copy of Normal.dot.

The default location for the global template (Normal.dot) is the following, depending on your operating system.

For Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98, and Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Me):
C:\WINDOWS\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates
For Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Millennium Edition (Me) with profiles turned on:
C:\Windows\Profiles\username\Application Data\Microsoft\Template
For Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates
Hope this helps! 😀
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