Is there anything else I can do to correct that issue? The error is > > listed below. > > The Office Open XML file "FileName".docx cannot be opened because there > > are > > problems with the contents. > > Since you deleted the lines, you might need to retype some missing information in Word. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... http://downloadmunkey.net/xml-parsing/xml-error-opening-word-document.php
earlier version with converters?) or which version of Windows (XP, Vista?) it's hard to offer specifics, but have you tried the Open & Repair option? -- HTH |:>) Bob Jones Office:Mac What’s important to note is that OOXML documents are actually zip files, with all the goodies packed up in various XMLs like creamy filling. Please ! Note that even though this will fix the issue temporarily, it may re-occur if you edit the file again.
If you have not already done this , or not sure if you have, you need to first follow the steps here: www.itsupportguides.com/windows-7/windows-7-how-to-display-file-extensions COPY your corrupted document to a temporary location awaleed, Dec 3, 2011 #11 bccoach Joined: Dec 11, 2011 Likes Received: 0 I faced the similar problem today and in a desperate attempt to recover my long worked document, I Reply TallPaul | 24/11/2015 at 19:13 Many thanks!
I am not sure > >of the "open and repair" option. Working... This was mission impossible because all xml content is placed in this line. Xml Tool Plugin can u explain more?
Select open and repair. Word Xml Parsing Error No, create an account now. I am not prompted to do this and am not > >familiar with it. > >Thanks, > >Aldon > > > >> Not knowing what version of Word (2007?... I > >first experienced the problem and now other people in the office are getting > >the same errors.
Reply Naresh | 19/06/2015 at 13:54 Hi, I got the same problem but my error is related to a table tag where i am showing some data. Xml Parsing Error Microsoft Word Your tip was verrrrrrrrrrry turly helpful!!!!! The errors continued so I continued to delete the problems. None of them worked.
Reply Bahrudin Hrnjica | 26/09/2016 at 18:22 This is ok for me to share the acticle. It still provides me the same error. Location Part /word/document.xml Line 1 Column 0 Once you have recovered your DOCX file using the tool or by manually editing the file, go ahead and open the Selection pane on the Home tab. Xml Parsing Error Word 2016 cannot be opened.
Recently, I tried to open a DOCX file I had created on Windows 8 using Office 2013 and got the following error message: The name in the end tag of the Rename MYDOC_REPAIRED.zip to MYDOC_REPAIRED.docx (facultative step) 12. Skip to navigation Skip to main content Skip to primary sidebar Skip to secondary sidebar Skip to footer Bahrudin Hrnjica Blog C#, C++, Math, Evolutionary Algorithms, Engineering, … HomeGPdotNETProjectsBHGridCtrlFEA in C# More about the author Uncork a bottle of vintage open-source FUD The web is past peak innovation: It's all negative returns from here Pull the plug!
earlier version with converters?) > >> or which version of Windows (XP, Vista?) it's hard to offer specifics, but > >[quoted text clipped - 7 lines] > >> > Unspecified error We're Sorry. We Can't Open Word Because We Found A Problem With Its Contents Please try again later. I learned a lot from the specifics - Does someone know where my company can obtain a sample IRS W-9 copy to fill in ?
Reply agusbudiansyah16 | 12/08/2016 at 11:02 My word said : Xml parsing error Location: Line 0, Column 0 Please help me Reply kwalton | 26/09/2016 at 15:43 I'm another happy reader Categories Office 2013Tags Office 2013, Windows 7, Word 2013 Post navigation Windows 7 - How to display file extensions Word 2013 - Unable to insert hyperlink into message Load comments Recent Look for " XE " without quotes after that (maybe without spaces), quickly verify that we still are in the table of content. 7. We Are Sorry We Can't Open This Document Because We Found A Problem With Its Contents Reply Bahrudin Hrnjica | 11/05/2016 at 07:32 Hi, each tag element begins < … > adns with … > Example:
Location: Part:…..Line: xxxx, Column:0. Reply ChickMeister | 10/05/2016 at 16:54 what means deleting the whole tag element? As you can see on the picture below: To find which element cause the content problem we have to format XML content. http://downloadmunkey.net/xml-parsing/xml-document-parse-error.php It is not showing a line number or anything else Reply Ann | 16/02/2016 at 10:27 The instructions weren't very clear.
Hmm, no idea what that means! Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. There is a way to adjust the actual Word document, which you can read down below. One can use built in method to fix this issue and view Word file.
Offices in London, San Francisco and Sydney. Aldon "PamC via OfficeKB.com" wrote: > Click open the template from within Word. In this case, the offending tag is a hyperlink and Chrome is expecting it to close before the
tag. Reply Petter | 09/09/2014 at 08:51 Thanks from me as well, really a life saver!
Rage-making, anxiety-inducing tech distributors: An ode Sysadmin blog What do you do when a critical Word document won’t open? This may have caused the error. Sign in to make your opinion count. Go ahead and press the CTRL key and select all the text boxes.
CTRL + F will bring up the search dialogue box, enter the relevant bit of content and voilà, you are smack in the middle of a properly indented bit of bad The first is use Visual Studio or Visual Studio Express. Here we have a problem: the entire document is on line 2! Sign up now!
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Unzip MYDOC.zip to the MYDOC/ folder 3. unspecified error Locatinart/word/document.xml, Line:2, column:0. Yves p0, Jan 12, 2009 #3 Aldon Guest I have Win XP and am using Word 2007. Sign in to make your opinion count.