Is your Microsoft Office not working properly or crashing in a frequent manner? You must be wondering about the reason causing this. Deletion of a necessary Office file might be causing this. Or a file used by Microsoft Office application might be corrupted. But don’t worry! Microsoft itself has an option to deal with such a problem. You can repair Microsoft Office installation setup.
How to repair Microsoft Office?
To repair Microsoft Office program, follow the steps shown below:
Step 1: First of all, go to Program and Features. For that, click Start button > type Programs and Features in the search box and hit Enter.
Step 2: In the Program and Features window will be launched.
Now select Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 or whichever your version is, right click it and click Change.
Step 3: Please wait while setup prepares the necessary files.
Step 4: Change your installation of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010.
Select Repair from the options and click Continue.
Step 5: The repairing process of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 is being conducted. Please wait until it gets successfully completed.
Note: Make sure no document is opened in any of the Office’s components during this process.
Step 6: The repairing process is completed now.
Now click Close button.
Step 7: In order to complete setup, a system reboot is necessary.
Click Yes to reboot the system.
Microsoft Office Diagnostics
Other than repairing Microsoft Office installation setup, there is one more thing you can try. In MS Office 2007, you can use Microsoft Office Diagnostics, a part of Microsoft Office Tools. Follow the steps shown below:
Step 1: Go to Start menu > All Programs > Microsoft Office.
Now click Microsoft Office Tools to expand the options, and then click Microsoft Office Diagnostics.
Step 2: The Microsoft Office Diagnostics window will be appeared.
Now click Run Diagnostics.
Step 3: Click Continue to identify the problems and repair the installation setup of Microsoft Office.
Step 4: If everything would be OK, you will receive a message saying “The diagnostic tests found no problems”.
Click Continue to connect to Microsoft’s Servers and view recommended next steps. Or you may exit from this by clicking Cancel.
Note: The Microsoft Office Diagnostics feature is only available in MS Office 2007.