Compile error in hidden module: FileNew

When opening a new document, I get an Compile error in hidden module:  FileNew
PattonBoggsITAsked:
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
It sounds as if you have a problem with a template or an add-in. Do you know if you have any? If you aren't sure, you can check in the Templates and Add-ins dialogue (Tools/Templates and Add-ins...)
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PattonBoggsITAuthor Commented:
everything in enabled.   When I run the FileNew Macro, a new document opens, like it's suppose to.  When I go to File New or select the icon for a new document, I get the Error.
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Are you saying that you have a known Macro called FileNew that runs OK?

Or do you mean that the Word Command FileNew in the Macros dialogue (accessed via Tools/Macro/Macros) works properly?

The latter would be consistent with a problem macro elsewhere.

Does the Templates and Addins dialogue show anything?
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PattonBoggsITAuthor Commented:
After much to do, it was discovered that there was another macro involved.  We have two FileNew Macros because of DM.  Your solution was correct for the most part and I probably should have indicated that a DM was involved.  Many Thanks.
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