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Word is slow to open in Office 2003 with SP3 for Office.  Office standard was originally installed then upgraded to Pro version.  The Pro products are not upgraded to SP3 while the standard products are.  This is on an XP pro system with SP2 installed.
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Hey Bertling:

I will try it out.

thanks
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Thanks I worked it out .  It was the word association path, it was using DDE and I changed it to "%1"
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