[SOLVED] Microsoft Office Intermittent crashing.

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Microsoft has received several reports of crashes caused by conflicts with the Compatibility Pack. Uninstalling Compatibility Pack may solve. I have had the Surface Book for 3 weeks. Word, Excel, Outlook, and even File Explorer either stops responding and then shuts down. MS Office crashes on Windows 10? There are various issues that arise once you update to Windows 10; here is a list of such Office


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My Office keeps crashing on my Windows 10 PC. After starting Outlook or Word or Excel is displays an erro (repair now?) ans closes. I have had the Surface Book for 3 weeks. Word, Excel, Outlook, and even File Explorer either stops responding and then shuts down.


Office keeps crashing and restarting on Surface Book in Windows – Microsoft Community.


Since upgrading to I’ve had issues with Office Word, Excel, Outlook, OneNote where they will start and then crash need repair. With each after I start with or without an existing file this happens several times and then seems fine until I reboot again. I’ve done the quick repair and have done complete uninstalls using the clean uninstall tool and reinstalled all without changing these symptoms. Note : Ensure to restart the computer in normal mode after troubleshooting is completed. Above article also applicable to Windows Clean boot is performed to disable all start up programs and 3rd party services on the machine and check if they are conflicting with the Office program.

If so, you may disable the unwanted software those conflict with the suite or get them updated. Try the suggestions and let me know the result at your earliest convenience. Thank you. Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. This issue could be due to any add-in, l et’s try starting the Office applications in safe mode as mentioned in the article below and verify the result.

Hope it helps. Keep us posted on the status and we will be glad to offer our assistance. Each time had the same problem at startup. Starting excel by right-clicking the taskbar icon and selecting “Excel ” allowed it to start and then I ignored the recovery file and it started and I tried the next add-in. Clicking on a desktop icon for one of my workbooks always fails.

Clicking on the taskbar icon itself fails most of the time. If issue still persist l et’s disable compatibility mode for Office and verify the result. Note : Repeat this process for other Office applications , Outlook and Onenote. Reply with the result and I’ll be happy to help you further.

Thus as I type this I am removing Office and plan to install Office thanks for Microsoft Office support for their help with that. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Lionel Dyck. Please advise.

This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Let’s try following methods and verify the result. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to A. User’s post on October 14, In reply to Lionel Dyck’s post on October 14, Hi Lionel, Thank you for reply.

User’s post on October 15, Tried safe mode with Excel – it started but couldn’t find personal so that was a stopper. I’m using Windows 10 64bit with Office 32bit and am current on all maintenance. In reply to Lionel Dyck’s post on October 15, Hi Lionel, Thank you for keeping us updated. Right click on the files and select Run as Administrator and verify the result. User’s post on October 16, Tried this – found the files in C: Program Files x86 no resolution – set to compat mode for W7 then W8 then no compat with the same results.

In reply to Lionel Dyck’s post on October 16, This site in other languages x.

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