Windows 7 - Compile error in hidden module: AZWizardModul - how to get rid of

Asked By bainwoo on 18-Nov-08 03:58 PM
After uninstalling AZ Wizard, the above mentioned error still appears - how
do I get rid of this message?




Suzanne S. Barnhill replied on 18-Nov-08 05:13 PM
Look in Word's Startup folder for an AZWizard add-in and delete it.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
bainwoo replied on 19-Nov-08 01:11 PM
Perfect - it is gone - Thank You!
Suzanne S. Barnhill replied on 19-Nov-08 05:37 PM
You're welcome.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Michael Maixner replied on 03-Mar-09 01:46 PM
When opening word 2007 get Microsoft Visual Basice compile error in hidden module AZWizardModul.  How do I clear it?  I have tried uninstalling Avery, does not work error remains. HELP
Trashma replied on 09-Jun-09 01:16 AM
"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:
Trashma replied on 09-Jun-09 01:18 AM
How do I get to word startup folder
Terry Farrell replied on 09-Jun-09 04:00 AM
Close Word and use Windows Explorer to navigate to the Word Startup folder.
The location of Word Startup is under the File Locations button in Word
Options.

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Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP
davidsum1 replied to Suzanne S. Barnhill on 24-Nov-09 09:03 PM
Thanks for this tip. I LOVE YOU!!!

PS - I know all about gravity's sleep habits.  I ride a motorcycle.
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Traesmom replied to Terry Farrell on 14-Jan-10 09:08 AM
I just began having this problem.  Can someone put this in layman's terms for
me.  I am not a computer idiot but I am running Windows Vista and using Windows
Explorer, the only Startup folder I see is under "Office12"; there is no Word
folder.  I would appreciate step by step directions if not too much trouble.
Thanks.
Jay Freedman replied to Traesmom on 14-Jan-10 09:46 AM
The default location of the Word startup folder is a couple of levels below
a hidden folder (meaning that Windows' search refuses to show it to you),
and the actual location is different in Windows XP versus Vista or Windows
7. However, there is an easy way to get there.

Copy this line and paste it into the address box of Windows Explorer (the
file manager, not the web browser), then press Enter:

%appdata%\Microsoft\Word\Startup

it is possible to change the location Word uses for its startup folder by
using the Folder Locations button in Word's Options dialog, but it is not
very common and you would  probably know about it if you had done so.

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Traesmom replied to Jay Freedman on 15-Jan-10 09:03 AM
Jay,

Thanks for the info.  Your hyperlink worked like a charm; however, Windows
Explorer states that folder is empty.  It returned the string "AppData,
Roaming, Microsoft, Word, Startup" as the folder location.  I assume I did
everything  correctly but nonetheless, the folder is empty.  Any more
suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you so much for such a
timely response!!

Lana
Jay Freedman replied to Traesmom on 15-Jan-10 09:14 AM
There is another possible location:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\STARTUP

Also, look in Control Panel > Programs to see if there is an Avery
Wizard package that can be uninstalled.
fullypa replied to Jay Freedman on 18-Jan-10 03:31 PM
"Jay Freedman" wrote:
Mike in AZ replied to Jay Freedman on 03-Jun-10 10:01 AM
Just wanted to let you know your info helped me get rid of error message.
Thank you very much!