IE crashes when try to open document from SharePoint 07

Issue:
DocumentOpenErrorinMoss07

This happens when Office 2003 installed along with SharePoint Designer – a 2007 product.

This problem occurs if the following conditions are true, in the order in which they are presented:
– You install a Microsoft Office 2003 product on the computer.
– You install one or more 2007 Office system programs on the computer.
– You repair or update the installation of an Office 2003 product.

In this scenario, the older version of the Name.dll file becomes the registered version. When the Owssupp.dll file is used, it tries to use functionality that is not available. This condition causes Internet Explorer to crash (stop responding).

Download the hotfix from the URL below to fix the issue.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938888

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Diganta is an experienced Technical Program Manager with a passion for technology. He has architected and developed software for more than a decade for a broad range of industries. Diganta is a founder of two online IT businesses. He is a certified AWS Solutions Architect, AWS Certified Developer, Professional Scrum Master (PSM I), Professional Scrum Developer (PSD I) and ITIL Certified. He has presented at Microsoft Tech.Ed, Microsoft AppFest and Ark Group Intranet conference in the past. He attends AWS Seattle Official Events and Seattle AWS Architects-Engineers. He likes to help, mentor, and manage software development teams to improve and produce great software.

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