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Word 2008 Crashing During Track-Changes

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Word 2008 crashes in the latest version of OSX when a user tried to edit a document with track changes. She is able to edit it fine in Word 2007 in XP on Fusion. Any idea why it is crashing on the Mac and what can be done to fix it? Reinstalling Office 2008 did not fix the problem.
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