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Microsoft Visual Basic Error - Compile Error in Hidden Module: Autoexec

Posted on 2006-06-26
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I get this error when I run Microsoft Word in a popup box labeled: Microsoft Visual Basic

      "Compile Error in Hidden Module: Autoexec"

I reinstalled MS Office 2003 but its still there.  Any idea how to remove this error.
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Question by:markcondiff
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by:GrahamSkan
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You may have an add-in or a template in the Word start-up folder.

Check via the menu : Tools/Templates and Add-ins
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You can also check this page:

Compile error in hidden module: AutoExec Word 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307410/en-us?ln=en-us&sd=gn&fr=0

Thanks,

GBahri
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Thank You!  That worked.
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