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Word Err=1025. No specified path

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I am using NetWare 4.1 and client for Windows. Recently I had problem opening some of my files in my Word's directory. When I try to open it within the Word's program a message appears saying that the document cannot be open and "Word err=1025". If I try to open the file in file manager the message "No specified path" appears. Some of the newer files were not affected by this message. Also the program takes a very time to be activated. What is the problem? Please advise. Thanks
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by:Zombite
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What version of word ?
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I am using Microsoft Word version 6.0 for Window
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by:suleyman
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Can you send the login script for the user and system login script?
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by:Kenpen
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All users on the network (only one server) uses the same group login script. I do not think the login script is a problem as I had check with other user and they had no problem. Only the Admin. and the system administrator had the rights to alter the group login script.
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If you click on help, about, I think you will find you
have word 6.0 Version A.
You must upgrade it to version C.
This is a known problem with word 6 version A
You will be able to get the upgrade from your supplier.
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