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Old 01-15-2009, 08:11 PM
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Word crashes trying to connect to printer
 
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Default Word crashes trying to connect to printer

Office 2007, Vista home premium, all on an HP notebook. If I open Word and try to change the page size, or change the page orientation (from portrait to landscape, for example) a message appears "...trying to connect to printer, press ESC to cancel..." and then everything dies. Whole computer stops responding. So I press the ESC key many times, and finally a box pops up that says Word has stopped responding and so forth.

Any ideas? I am almost never connected to a printer since this is a mobile computer. I use several wireless networks that have printers on them, but I rarely need to use them. Very annoying since I don't even want to print, just alter the document on which I'm working.

Thanks in advance.
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