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Old 08-22-2012, 09:40 AM
pcaldwell pcaldwell is offline AZWizard Module - ?hidden module Windows 7 32bit AZWizard Module - ?hidden module Office 2012
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Question AZWizard Module - ?hidden module

Every time I click to open Word, I receive this alert message: Compile error in hidden module: AZWizard module.



What does this mean and what do I need to do to correct it? Many thanks for assistance.
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Charles Kenyon Charles Kenyon is offline AZWizard Module - ?hidden module Windows Vista AZWizard Module - ?hidden module Office 2010 32bit
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It means that somehow you have an Add-In that isn't working, probably named A-ZWizard.

How to find out whether any Word Add-ins have been installed
Enable or disable add-ins in Office programs - Support - Office.com
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