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Clipart in Word

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When I install Word, I cannot access the clipart.  It gives me an error saying the specified file location is inaccessible, or I do not have rights to it.  The clipart is on my C drive.  If I uninstall it and reinstall it, I get a message saying I have run out of memory to load the thumbnails or something like that.  I click ok three times and then the clipart comes up just fine.  What is going on?
Word is the only program running on my machine.
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Under Office\Office\Setup try deleting the setup.stf file.  Sounds like you might have a confused registry problem.  By deleting this file you will get a "clean" installation, as if it has never been installed before.
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Cannot find the file 'setup.stf' on the c drive anywhere.
Has the file been mispelt?
This is my problem that I can't locate clipart correctly.

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