MS Word Error on closing because a dialog is active

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Today I am typing some school paper in Microsoft Word I also open one math software because I need some math symbols.

Then I type some math symbols in Math Type then I copy that symbols and try to paste that symbols in Microsoft Word but I receive below error I try to close Microsoft Word again and again but this error appears again and again.

Any one tell me its detailed solution?

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You cannot close Microsoft Word because a dialog is active. Switch to Microsoft Word first and close the dialog.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #120849

MS Word Error on closing because a dialog is active

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As per your post, you need to close Microsoft Word program, but you are receiving an error message. Please try to close this program by following below procedure.

1. First close Math Software. Then click close icon of Microsoft Word as normal process. If you see this message again then please follows as below again.

2. Please press Ctrl + Alt + Del button at a time then click Task Manager. Then new window will come. From this new window please select Applications. Now Select Microsoft Word then click End Task.

Please see below screenshot.

Answered By 0 points N/A #120850

MS Word Error on closing because a dialog is active

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Microsoft Office uses Microsoft Visual Basic for applications macro which start a hidden session for Microsoft Word and add text. When you try to work in Microsoft Word the hidden application is running and converting your every single bit to machine.

When you work subsequently and your system down the speed, then you can't close the Word and the error message that you have mentioned will appear. You should have to wait for the session that is running hidden, to close and then close the Word.

Answered By 0 points N/A #120851

MS Word Error on closing because a dialog is active

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To avoid this delay, simply install the Equation Editor. It has all the desirable Math equations and symbols.

It will work with you well. Ignore the Math program because it will slow your work down.

The procedure is as follows:

To Install Equation Editor:

  1. Go to the File menu > Exit.
     
  2. Go to the Start menu > Control Panels > Add or Remove Programs.
     
  3. Click on Microsoft Office XP Professional to select it.
     
  4. Click on the Change button.
     
  5. Next in the Office XP Setup window, select Add or Remove Features then click Next.
     
  6. Scroll down until you see Office Tools and click on the plus sign next to it to enlarge it.
     
  7. Click on the little drive icon next to Equation Editor and then Run All from My computer. Click the Update button and let it install.

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