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Old 01-10-2020, 04:13 AM
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Hi there,
I have Windows 7 professional with Office 2016 Professional Plus installed. Before these updates that updated Word, Excel, PowerPoint icons... everything worked fine.
Now, everytime I launch Word or Excel, the white of the paper goes transparent or just the letters. If I zoom in, the white of the sheet comes back and if i zoom out, it goes away. If the white of sheet is vanished, if i slide the sheet up, it comes back but if i go up, goes away again.



I'm not sure if it is some gfx issue. My laptop uses a SIS 672 chipset. One or more programs don't seem to like this chipset like SpeedTest for Windows, it complains it doesn't have enough features.
The screenshot shows Word opened with transparent paper and selected text.
Is there a way to disable graphics acceleration for office 2016?
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