Reset Microsoft® Word 2003 to Its Default Settings
Get to know more about resetting Microsoft Word 2003 to its default settings
Microsoft Word 2003 is a product by Microsoft. Microsoft Word 2003 is used to create professional-quality documents. It is released with the finest document-formatting tools. It helps you to organize and write your documents more efficiently. The core applications included in Office 2003 are: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Microsoft Word 2003 offers many good features: reading layout view, document comparison, better change-tracking and annotation or reviewing; a Research Task Pane, voice comments and an XML-based format. All these features help to create good and efficient documents. Sometimes you need to reset the default settings for Microsoft Word 2003.
Here is more information on resetting Microsoft Word 2003 to its default settings:
- Reset Microsoft Word 2003 to Its Default Settings
- Check Power Connection
- Receive Advice from Experts
Reset Microsoft Word 2003 to Its Default Settings
In order to reset Microsoft Word 2003 to its default settings you need to close all Microsoft Office programs on your system and select 'Start' button. After selecting the 'Run' text box you need to type "regedit' and select 'Ok' button. Then you need to expand the HKEY_CURRENT-USER registry key from the Registry Editor window. Then you need to open Software registry. You need to select 'Microsoft registry' and select 'Microsoft Word'. Here you need to select the proper word key in the right pane of the Registry Editor. HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Office/11.0/Word key is the word key for Microsoft Word 2003. After selecting this key you need to press the 'Delete' button. Finally exit the Registry Editor and open Microsoft Word to complete the default resetting process.
Check the Power Connection
In order to complete a successful resetting you need to check the power supply for your system. Power supply failure can block the resetting process. If you encounter any issues while editing the registry, it might result in corruption of Microsoft Word 2003. By checking the power circuits you can prevent power supply failure to an extent. By removing bad cables used for the power supply you can prevent power supply failure to an extent. Also keep your system battery fully charged.
Invalid registry entry would result in a bad system performance. So you must be very careful while editing your registry. Advice from an expert may help you to correctly edit the registry settings. So if you delete a valid registry entry you may suffer from a dangerous problem in your system.