Microsoft Word document error has occurred

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I will be working with Microsoft word most of the time that is my job nature. I started getting this below error message when I am starting or opening the word document. I am not sure from where this error is triggered. This error also stops me from pasting option within the document. How to rectify this error? Do I need to repair Microsoft word? Please help. Thanks in advance.

Translation Error:

No translation available for Expanding indefinite integral (no limits).

Please add a translation for “int/ex/nol” in the file Moodle-TeXfilter.tdl, or try using AMS-LaTeX.

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Microsoft Word document error has occurred

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This error is actually not from Microsoft Office Word but is caused by the mathematical equation you entered in the document. There is no solution to this because it is not Microsoft Office Word that is in error here. Make sure the equation you are working on is correct so that Microsoft Office Word can interpret it correctly.

Before, I also experienced creating mathematical equations but we don’t use Microsoft Office Word in constructing the whole formula. We use a different program that is designed mainly in mathematical formula creation in building the whole equation which most of the time is very complex. I know there’s no problem with the actual equation. The problem comes in when you enter the sequence of symbols in Microsoft Office Word.

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