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Troubleshoot: Damaged Word documents

Troubleshoot: Damaged Word documents: Office 365 for Administrators: Troubleshooting Issues for Users (Office 365/Microsoft 365)
Troubleshoot: Damaged Word documents: Office 365 for Administrators: Troubleshooting Issues for Users (Office 365/Microsoft 365)

Word documents can be damaged due to a variety of issues. In this video, learn how to troubleshoot common issues that can damage Word documents including changing the document template, starting Word using the default settings, changing the printer drivers, saving the document in a different format, and copying the undamaged parts of the document to a new document.

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Business IT Help Desk IT Operating Systems Office 365

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