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Word 2013 on Demand by Perspection Inc, Steve Johnson

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Working with Office Safe Modes

Microsoft Office uses two types of safe modes—Automated and User-Initiated—when it encounters a program problem. When you start an Office program, it automatically checks for problems, such as an extension not properly loading. If the program is not able to start the next time you try, the programs starts in Automated Safe mode, which disables extensions—macros, ActiveX controls, and add-ins—and other possible problem areas. If you’re having problems and the Office program doesn’t start in Automated Safe mode, you can start the program in User-Initiated Safe mode. When you start an Office program in Office Safe mode, not all features are available. For instance, templates can’t be saved, AutoCorrect list is not ...

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