First, you didn't tell us whether Word 2007 was installed on your computer.. If it's not installed and activated, then you'll need to install the program, or at least install the Word Viewer from the link below:
On the other hand, if you're sure that Windows 2007 is installed, then opening a Word file should automatically open the file.. If it doesn't, then you may have malware, or the association has been damaged somehow.
To reassociate the file extension to Word 2007, follow the instructions below:
And if malware has caused the problem, try downloading, installing, updating, then running a full system scan with the free malware removal tool below:
Hope this helps.
I am using a 2007 Windows Vista Home Premium, model s3600f. The operating system is a 64-bit Operating System.
I need to open Microsoft Office Word 2007, but when I click on it in the start menu, it gives me this message:
This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Set Associations control panel.
And then it just has a button under that that says "OK." It doesn't give me a help button or anything, and when I right click, nothing happens. Also, I can only close it. I cannot minimize or make it bigger.
Please help. Thank you so much if you can help me.
And I also have to mention, I don't know very much about computers. So if you could help, it is very much appreciated.