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When saving a word document it converts to a template. Why?

Could it be a virus?
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webster030697 earned 600 total points
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Yep. You've picked up the Word Macro Virus. You'll need to disinfect your copy of word, and your word document. I use SAM, but one of the shareware offerings may do the trick also.

I think there's some info on the virus on the Microsoft web site somewhere. Try www.microsoft.com.
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I will try this and hope it is the right answer.  Thanks.
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