Fix Word File Associations

“Hello, my PC has few important Word documents saved in it. The documents contain crucial information related to my work. These Word file have now become inaccessible, in fact whenever I try open them, I’ll get some sort of crap error message. I guess these Word files have gone corrupted due to file association issues. I don’t have backup as well, so now I am left with no other option except repairing those Word files. Can any please do suggest me an easiest way of repairing Word files that have been corrupted as a result of association issue?”

Associating files is a well-known procedure that most of the computer users do. Opening a particular file on an application, which supports that type of files is called as file association. For instance, Word files by default opens in MS Word tool when you double click on them. This would have been defined in the registry of Windows. If users wants, he can change the file association, which means a Word file can also be opened on other application by defining it in the registry.

However sometimes these Word files get corrupt while executing file association. If such an error is occurred, then those corrupted Word file do not open and tend to deliver crap error messages. In this scenario, user has to take some action or else the file will remain corrupted. Well, now with the help of advanced technology the Word file corrupted due to file association can be fixe with ease. The only thing has to be done is, make use of an appropriate third party repair utility. One such repair app, which is capable of repairing corrupted Word files is Remo Repair Word. The most interesting thing about this app is, it can fix any sort of issue with the Word files. And, it will consume very less time for fixing the issue. It has a powerful inbuilt scanning algorithm, using which it scans the corrupted Word file. After scanning is complete, the software creates a replica of original file on which all the contents are recovered. It’ll recover all contents including text, images, hyperlinks, OLE objects, formatting, tables, etc. Remo Repair Word tool can also fix the Word documents that have been corrupted as a result of virus infection, header damage, round tripping, etc. Hence, this one tool is just sufficient for fixing all the errors with Word documents.

Popular Features of Remo Repair Word App:

Remo Repair Word app is capable of repairing an intensely corrupted Word documents. It can fix corrupt DOCX file as well as DOC file. This amazing tool can be installed on various versions of Windows operating systems including Windows 7, Win XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008. It has the potential to fix corrupted Word files on different types of secondary storage devices including USB flash disks, memory cards, memory sticks, external hard disks, etc. The tool includes a preview option, which helps the user to preview repaired Word documents. Word documents that are protected with can also be repaired with this amazing tool. Demo version of this repair tool is also available, which can be used before purchase.


Steps for fixing Word file association issue:

Step 1: Download and install Remo Repair Word utility on your Windows computer. After installing, run the app and follow the screen steps. Browse the corrupted Word file that has association and simply click on "Repair" button.

Fix Word File Associations - Main Screen

Figure A: Main Screen

Step 2: Once selected, use “Repair” button to start the repairing process. Monitor the repair process by looking at the progress bar.

Repair Word File Associations - Repairing Progress

Figure B: Repairing Progress

Step 3: The tool starts fixing your Word file and after completing it, tool displays a message like “File Repaired Successfully”. You can preview the Word file before saving.

Fix Word File Associations - Preview Repaired File

Figure C: Preview Repaired Document

Step 4: Finally, save the repaired Word file to your desired destination location.

Repair Word File Associations - Save Repaired File

Figure D: Save Fixed Document