I always stacks when I type on Ms Word

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When I type in MS word it seems that the appearing of letters was always delayed, the worst scenario was it stacked or being lag.
What are the main reasons behind these problems? So I can save and review my computer. Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #118829

I always stacks when I type on Ms Word

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Hi,

This occurs when your computer is slow. Your Office program may not be compatible with your configuration. However, you can stop some unnecessary program during typing. You can also take help to speed up your computer. You can delete all temporary files created on your computer through the %temp% from the Run command.

You can also search prefetch from the Run command and delete them all. Defragment is the helpful process in this regard. You can also scan disk drives. You can scan your drives with an updated Antivirus successfully. This will make your computer fast you will be able to run your program smoothly. Your current problem will be disappeared. I hope you understand it.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #118830

I always stacks when I type on Ms Word

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Dear Ardelle,

You only told about when you are working on Ms Word you face difficulties. But you didn't tell about other applications. I mean while you use another program, I think you didn't face any problems. Better you should reinstall your Ms Office package. I think your problem will be solved.

 

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I always stacks when I type on Ms Word

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Some of the reasons why you MS Word is getting a typing lag are:

1. Your computer needs a Service Pack.

2. Corrupted or damaged MS Word software.

3. Conflicts with other programs.

So to fix this, install the latest service pack that is compatible with your MS Office. You can do this by updating your Windows regularly to prevent bugs and glitches. OR you can download the latest service pack in the Windows Download Center. Always set your Windows to receive Automatic Updates so your computer is always up-to-date. Re-install your MS-Office software. It may be corrupted or faulty.

But ensure that you will first remove all the components of your MS Office before you try to reinstall. You can also try to remove any ~.dot or ~.doc files on your hard disk drive. These files are temporary files stored by your MS Word. Use the search box to do this.

 

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