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For the past week I have a permanent resident on my office clipboard in the form of a small PDA (graphic). I can clear it but the next time I open a new document there it is again. This is what I have done to no avail.
a. uninstalled Word and reinstalled
b. cleared all "cookies"
c. reviewed every *.bmp on my computer
d. currently up-to-date with anti-virus

If I paste it by using "paste special" - the dialogue box states the source is unknown and tells me it can be posted either as a "Bmp" or a "device independent bitmap"

In researching for an article on PDAs, I did visit a lot of sites and did copy and paste.

Anyone have any ideas on what I can do to eliminate this?
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Have you tried deleting your normal.dot and letting word create a new one??
 

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I deleted normal.dot and it is still there. Thanks - any other suggestions? I am willing to try anything.
 

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Look in your add/remove programs to see if you have something installed, like a "clipboard helper" or something that doesn't ring a bell that you may have gotten from an Active X plug in from the web when you were researching.

Do you already have a PDA. Was there a software update you did when you were researching??
 
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