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  • Hi Hila_d,

    That error is coming from a macro, which is probably in an add-in. To diagnose the cause, you need to disable or uninstall each add-in, one at a time, until you find the one whose removal makes the messages stop appearing.

    Go to File > Options > Add-Ins to see what's loaded. Make a note of the Location value for each active add-in that's described as "Template" in the Type column. (You probably need to test only the "template" type of add-in, because the other types don't usually cause macro-type errors.) Then close Word.

    Now go to the location of one of the templates and move its file to a different folder (such as C:\temp) where Word won't find it during startup. Restart Word and repeat the situation that usually causes the error message. If the message still appears, shut down Word, restore the add-in you moved, and move out a different one. Eventually you should find one that makes the message stop. Then you can go to wherever you got that add-in and ask to have it fixed.

    Reference: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-word/i-have-multiple-word-documents-on-i-get-a-error/c0b45ead-4c32-4da3-afb2-96fc8b690f11

    Regards,
    Fermin

    Monday, June 11, 2012 1:58 AM