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Microsoft Word 2007 crashes when right-click for synonyms

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From sometime back, I kept getting the problem that my Outlook 2007 email would exit without notice when I right-click on a word and click Synonyms.

I dealt with this by just going into Word and pasting the word and getting the Synonyms.

But now the same problem happened in Word, and it did the same thing.

How can I fix this?
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thepcwizard earned 500 total points
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Have you tried to repair you office 2007 install?
If you have windows XP, it is under Start / Setting / Control Panel / Add or Remove Programs.
Select Office 2007, click through the windows and Repair will be an option.
You may need access to the install media.
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Will try
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Thanx you very much... Worked Perfectly!
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Thanx
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