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Whenever I open a word document, the following window pops up:

"An error occurred while trying to open the Microsoft framework library"

I just hit okay and go about my business and it doesn't seem like there are any problems. I can type, save, do all the normal stuff. Is this error message a problem, and how do I get rid of it?

Also, the only office programs that I use are Powerpoint, Word, and Excel. Can I just delete all the other junk that Office 2004 comes packaged with, and just leave the three icons?

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Whenever I open a word document, the following window pops up:

"An error occurred while trying to open the Microsoft framework library"

I just hit okay and go about my business and it doesn't seem like there are any problems. I can type, save, do all the normal stuff. Is this error message a problem, and how do I get rid of it?

Also, the only office programs that I use are Powerpoint, Word, and Excel. Can I just delete all the other junk that Office 2004 comes packaged with, and just leave the three icons?
G'day relapse,

I had a hunt around and found these articles which shed some light on the error message you're encountering:

http://www.macfixitforums.com/showfl...&Number=715017

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321386

I'm not sure about your other question about deleting the files you know you won't use. It may be worth just creating a new folder on your desktop and moving the files to this folder and seeing if it affects the use of the MS for Mac app.

Make sure to make a note of where the files were taken from so you can return them to their proper location should you run into any problems.

If MS for Mac continues to run smoothly, then it would be safe to delete the new folder and it's contents after a while, of course.
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