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I can think of some circumstances where a Word document might be a customer deliverable, and perhaps in your situation it is necessary. However I find that for most purposes a PDF is preferable. If you generate a PDF, the corruption will vanish.
>I have a Word 97 document that displays an error message before opening. The
>message says that the file might be corrupt and recommends that I cut and
>paste the contents into a new file.
>The document works fine otherwise but being a customer deliverable, it can't
>go with this error.
>Does anybody have any other solution?