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One other desperation method that has worked for me. Cut and paste small
sections of the corrupt document into a new document, one at a time, saving,
closing and re-opening the new document each time. This way you can possibly
determine exactly "where" the corruption lies. Simply recreate that
(hopefully) small section manually in the new document.
Hope that helps!
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