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How can I fix this following error message:  Compile error in hidden module:mdlwdtrans.
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by:mrwaqar
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Check the MS articles for the similar problems:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307410/
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=892749

Good Luck!
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Also try to re-install / upgrade your acrobate reader and see if that fixes the problem
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I haven't followed the links as mentioned in the previous comment, but it is probable that you have and add-in called "mdlwdtrans".

This might simply be a template in your Word start-up folder or an assigned add-in. If you recognise it, remove it and contact your supplier about it.
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by:sgarvey
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I'm not sure who should get the point; however I followed the advise about deleting the PDFmaker.xla but deleted the .dot instead.  Word opens fine now. I think what created this problem was my using the File Transfer Wizard and choose both Files and Settings.  The client's previous machine  had Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional.  I installed the standard version on her new one which obviously had a problem with left over files that I installed via the Wizard.  So thanks for the help.  Sheila
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You don't seemed to have needed my bit, so give the points to mrwagar.
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Thanks man.
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