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I had to reinstall Windows XP due to a malware problem on my computer.  I reinstalled windows, then Office 2003, and now anytime I use Office programs I get a [Microsoft Visual Basic] Compile Error in hidden module: w/various module names.  Some I have seen are:  AutoExit, AutoExecNew, DistMon.

I cannot figure out what is going on.  We had the same virus/malware issue on 2 computers in our house and this happend to both of them.  It doesn't seem to affect the operating of the program as I can tell so far, however, it is driving us crazy because something is obviously not right.

Can anyone help!?
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Hi Debbie,

Do you have PDFMAKER installed (related with DitsMon module)?

Please see the following question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Q_20837689.html

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So your problem should be having PDFMAKER template files in startup folder(s) and they have Auto macros that causes compile error while opening the application.

Please also look at this : http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q307410

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