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im using word 2010. i have a print server also. i can print from excel and outlook but not word. when i click print, it first say " trying to connect" then it connects. the error i get is " WINDOWS CANNOT PRINT DUE TO A PROBLEM WITH THE CURRENT PRINTER SETUP"
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Have you try to do a repair installation for your office 2010? Or when you exit word 2010, do you still see winword.exe in the process list?
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I don't see a winword.exe in the processes tab. I have not ran a repair.
I have read that what I should do is right click the shortcut, properties, advance. And choose "run as administrator", however that is grayed out. Disabled.
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Try to run a repair install first.
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