by   November 09 2013   
Error Message: This error message may be the result of a corrupt table in the current document. You can recover the contents of the document and the table by closing the document and them reopening it by using the open and repair command in the open dialog box. Be sure you edit the registry from the users logon. I have noticed if the patch is applied it is specific to that user name. I'm thinking Global Policy run script to get your members setup. I'll create the script for you. Send me an email.

Error Message:

This error message may be the result of a corrupt table in the current document.

You can recover the contents of the document and the table by closing the document and them reopening it by using the open and repair command in the open dialog box. 

This was a fix Ryan found. 

Finally have the "Black Tape over the Check Engine" fix. 
Registry edit: VBAOff = 0

 

 

Word _2010_Issue _1[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common]
"VBAOff"=dword:00000000

This was a fix Ryan found. 

Finally have the "Black Tape over the Check Engine" fix. 
Registry edit: VBAOff = 0

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common]
"vbaoff"=dword:00000000
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common]
"vbaoff"=dword:00000000

Error Message:

This error message may be the result of a corrupt table in the current document.

You can recover the contents of the document and the table by closing the document and them reopening it by using the open and repair command in the open dialog box. 

I never saw this work when it comes to network shared folders. 
I did see the source code of the document but it only added questions and offered little in the answers department. 

I really know this is a simple update or patch applied to the office application but I'm just not finding it. Anyway, the fix was to set the VBAOff 0 and add it if it's missing. 

Drawback is you need to add it to the current user and the machine so my suggestion is add it to the machine and then merge it from the users after they login. 

Not sure if it was his work or he found it online. 

But, it works on the following error and format issue. 

Add it to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE as well same spot. 

Discovered this issue upgrading Windows XP machines patches and installing Office 2010 Pro Plus with all updates.

I never did find which update caused the error but I can say Windows XP systems with 155 updates or less never had an error but those with over 300 updates had to have this registry fix added.

I'm sure one of you will email me the KB link to see what caused this.

Thanks in advance and hope this saves you time like it did for me.

Error Message: This error message may be the result of a corrupt table in the current document. You can recover the contents of the document and the table by closing the document and them reopening it by using the open and repair command in the open dialog box. Be sure you edit the registry from the users logon. I have noticed if the patch is applied it is specific to that user name. I'm thinking Global Policy run script to get your members setup. I'll create the script for you. Send me an email.