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I'm using Win 2k m/c with office 97.This is just user enviornment,no VB installed on m/c.  I tried to write some text from Visual Basic 6.0 to word file.This program works fine with Win NT 4.0 m/c.But with Win 2K m/c it gives following error while opening word in RTF format.
"The following error occued.
Error Number: 5981
Error Text : Could Not Open Macro Storage."

I would appreciate if some one help on this
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Hi bhatnagaraj,
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Many thanks.
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