InfoPath does not recognize some or all of the command line options

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Hi,

Just this morning before I posted this issue, I am on the process of doing some additional touches with my project. All of a sudden, I encountered an error. When I tried to load the form in debug mode using InfoPath 2007, it said that it did not recognize some commands and restart after correcting some errors, I posted below the screen shot.

Microsoft Office InfoPath does not recognize some or all of the command line options. Exit and restart Microsoft Office InfoPath with the correct command line options.

After much investigation, the problem is pointing to my new project. I am so worried what might this error give me. At first, I trust my project and discounted it might have some errors.

That is why I removed InfoPath to my system and re-installed it again. Unfortunately,the same error message came up.

I am pretty sure there is nothing wrong with my project.

Please help me locate some points on where this error originated.

Thanks.

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InfoPath does not recognize some or all of the command line options

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You must download and install it. Here is the link. SP1 Download Link

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InfoPath does not recognize some or all of the command line options

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Maybe there is indeed a little problem with your project that Microsoft InfoPath detected. You should check again your project very thoroughly on its every detail.

The program will not lie if the commands you used in your project are really unrecognizable. You may also try viewing your project if it’s possible and available to further check its validity.

If you are sure that there is nothing wrong with your project then maybe the problem is in your system. Try doing another clean installation of the program again to restore it to its default configuration and fix any corrupted files that may have developed in the program.

Uninstall Microsoft InfoPath from your machine then restart your system when asked. If the application is included in the Microsoft Office package, try removing only this feature from the entire package.

After booting, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. After this install the program again and then check it if it’ll work.

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