Office 2000 spell and grammar check don't work

Hello everyone,

                        When running the Spelling & Grammar checker in Word 2000, I get the  error message "There was an unexpected error in the grammar checker. Word cannot complete the grammar check".  There was a similar posting by schne317, that suggested to click the grammar check off.  This does allow the spell check to work, but not the grammar.  I want them both to work.  Does anyone have a complete solution to this?  Office is updated fully, and I have already tried uninstalling/reinstalling.  I thank you in for you knowledge.
kalittaairAsked:
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kalittaairAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much for the informative link.  It had many good pointers on what to try.  
GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Thanks and good luck
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