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How to disable program crash messages in Windows 7

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I'm hunting a way to disable all Office error messages when a program crash occurs.  I've already disabled Windows Error Reporting but when a crash occurs a  message still pops up saying Powerpoint has crashed.  you click ok and the program continues to run.  I'm hunting a way to disable all Office error messages so I don't see them at all.
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Have you re-boot your PC after disabling it? That shuld have had disabled all error reporting,   please use this method to disable Error Reporting on 7:

1.- open Local Group Policy Editor by typing gpedit.msc in the Start Search and hit Enter.
2.-Now navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Systems > Internet Communication Management > Internet Communication Settings from the left sidebar. Obviously you must have administrator privilege before making any changes. From the main window, select Turn Off Windows Error Reporting and Enable it.
3.-The change will take place immediately. Enjoy!
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