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Word98 for Mac save as problem

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I use word 98 on iMac with OS9.

No matter how I try I cannot save a word 98 document as a word 95 or 6 document. It says there isnt enough memory to run exporter and I pumped up the moemory as much as I could and its still would not do it. I even downloaded some fixers from the net but they havnt worked. Is this an OS 9 problem
If I had more points I would offer them.

HELP ME PLEASE!
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It doesn't appear to be an OS9 problem, I'm able to do what you can't. You might want to "uninstall" Word (not by deleting the folder but by running the uninstall program) and re-install it.
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