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hangs IIS WordApp.Documents.Open(TemplateFile)

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I am runing IIS5 on windows XP Pro for my development box  and when I try to run this code
  response.flush
  WordApp.Documents.Open(TemplateFile)
IIS hangs. Why?

Word is installed
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by:peh803
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Are you trying to do some word automation?  I assume you are.  

Please review the following article for a bunch of stuff that MS says about word automation.

Summary of the article:
   Basically Microsoft says, "You really shouldn't do this but, if you insist, here are a few suggestions that might help..."
url:
   http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=257757

Hope this helps,
peh803
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Are you trying to do some word automation?  I assume you are.  

Please review the following article for a bunch of stuff that MS says about word automation.

Summary of the article:
   Basically Microsoft says, "You really shouldn't do this but, if you insist, here are a few suggestions that might help..."
url:
   http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=257757

Hope this helps,
peh803
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hm, sorry about the double-post.  Not sure why that happened.  
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@CFDevHead -- is this still an issue for you?  Please let me know so I can help out (if you still need it).  Otherwise, please post any relevant comments and close the question.

Thank you,
peh803
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no sorry you fixed it
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@CFDevHead -- no problem!  I'm glad to help.  I just hadn't heard anything from you for a while, and I wanted to make sure you were in good shape.

Thanks,
peh803
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