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Korean MacOS & MS Word 6.0.1 conflict! Help!

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I live in Seoul and have the Korean MacOS (KH1 7.5.1). As
soon as I had the MacOS installed, MS Word 6.0.1 no longer
worked. I get error -1 or something or "application suddenly
quit. Even after rebooting with English MacOS (7.5.2) I
still can't get it to work. Does anyone know what my be doing
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increase the memory partition to double, or even quarduple (if you have the RAM) what the suggested size is, and put the minimum at the suggested to assure that it doesnt drop below that.

get this info by hitting command - I when word is highlighted.
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