Office 97 / Groupwise 5.2 problem

I just installed Office 97 as a network install a couple of weeks ago.  Now I have 3 people having problems saving documents in word.  Somehow Word/Excel are connected to Groupwise where when you click save as, a box comes up with the options save document using application dialog, save as new document, or save as new version.  If my users were really computer literate this would be ok, but they are not, so I need to be able to remove this and automatically have the application dialog come up instead.  PS - in the install I deselected connecting them.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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klyjenOwner and PrincipalCommented:
dmmorse --

I'm not sure if this will work, but I had what sounds like a potentially similar issue in a PC DOCS environment.  To "un-do" the connection to Docs from within Word and/or excel, I rename the template file in each program's start directory that points the file open/file save commands to Docs (while the application itself is closed).  Then, when you start the application, the macros in the template won't run and you'll be able to use file save and file open normally.  
I have ran accross this before, there are templates with save macros in it, and in excel there is an add-in I think it is called GW97.xla
I had to not only remove these, but I also had to reset may menu bars to the default because it actually modified the save commands to run its save macro.
Use view,toolbars, customize, highlight menu bar and reset all. Hope this helps
Also, forgot, in Groupwise go to view, options, document tab, uncheck "Enable INtegration"

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