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Word hangs after X'ing out of the "research pane" and then closing out the word document.  One of my users brought this to my attention.  I have tried the same process on 10 computers and only one of them does not hang.  Some are Office standard and some are office pro.  Some are XP and some Windows 7.

Anybody else have this issue?
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It probably depends on what is installed on the PC. My W2010 on W7/64 does not hang on research pane but it can crash on Data Source (when FoxPro OLE DB is selected).
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if 64bit office check the Bluetooth add-on is disabled

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