Word Pop Up Box

When I try to close a WORD document one or more messages appear (see attached). Why is this happening?  It doesn't happen with every document.  Windows is up to date with patches, and I've run a deep scan with my virus protection.

I use Windows 7 with Office 2013.
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
It sounds as if you might have a macro or an addin.

This code in the ThisDocument module of the Normal template will do something similar:

Option Explicit

Private Sub Document_Close()
    Dim strText
    strText = InputBox("job")
End Sub

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Franck GaspozSoftware Architect, Technical ExpertCommented:
Hi,
go to menu "file" > "options" > "complements" and deactivate any suspect complement (at bottom of the window, click manage "complements"
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nplanekAuthor Commented:
I see no "complements".  I have GENERAL, DISPLAY, PROOFING, SAVE, LANGUAGE, ADVANCE, CUSTOMIZE RIBBON, QUICK ACCESS TOOLBAR, ADD-INS and TRUST CENTER to choose from.  I see no suspect Add-Ins.

Removed the macros in the document and problem disappeared.  Thanks GrahamSkan
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Franck GaspozSoftware Architect, Technical ExpertCommented:
so the right word is 'ADD-INS' , not 'Complements'
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