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Workshare Professional is creating errors in Excel

I have a user who is receiving an error message when he opens Excel.  He is running an add-in within Excel called Dragon Tag.  The error message however, indicates that the error is caused by Workshare, which to my knowledge has absolutely nothing to do with Excel.  What is causing this conflict?  How can I get everything to co-exist?
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Joanne M. OrzechManager, Document Services CenterCommented:
If you're running Office 2007, Workshare does not co-exist with that version of Office at all....
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FW_HelpdeskAuthor Commented:
I apologize that I wasn't specific.  We use the Office 2003 suite.  That's good information regarding Office 2007 though.  I appreciate the response.
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Joanne M. OrzechManager, Document Services CenterCommented:
Ok - then - what exactly is the error message?  Can you try running Excel in safe mode?
http://www.cpearson.com/excel/StartupErrors.aspx

Do you still get the error?
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FW_HelpdeskAuthor Commented:
I'll try running Excel in safe mode, but here's the error:
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FW_HelpdeskAuthor Commented:
The Excel plug-in "Dragon Tag" was creating the conflict.  With Dragon Tag disabled, Excel opened normally.
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FW_HelpdeskAuthor Commented:
The Excel plug-in "Dragon Tag" was creating the conflict.  With Dragon Tag disabled, Excel opened normally.
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FW_HelpdeskAuthor Commented:
The Excel plug-in "Dragon Tag" was creating the conflict.  With Dragon Tag disabled, Excel opened normally.
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Joanne M. OrzechManager, Document Services CenterCommented:
Thank you for sharing your solution!
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