This article is related to something went wrong message that appears on office programs.
This error message pops up when there is an installation related issues or an office program repair related issues.
This is related to the broken office services.
You can access it from the administrative options under control panel and services program.
We suggest you to access control panel and then click on the administrative tools. Over there you find component services and services. You should open the services option and browse for the office related source engine services. Now right click and see if the service is enabled or stopped.
This service is started to continue with the repair program. If you find this service is stopped, manually change it or reinstall the program.
If you have to reinstall office, then it will prompt you with something went wrong messages.
We have to clean the temporary files on your computer and delete the traces of office related program files to continue with a new installation.
Something went wrong is mainly due to the system inconsistencies. If you have found the same on Windows 10, you can first update your Windows.
Something went wrong error message may also appear for windows updates if that fails to work. In these cases, you have to contact the technical support to help you with the Windows repair or Office installation.
Office installation error something went wrong messages incur if you have traces of old office program files and the windows is not clean. You can contact the expert on chat to help you with the something went wrong or any office or windows related error messages.
Sometimes when you are not able to open a Word file because of the “Enabled Protected View” settings, you should change the policy.
To resolve this issue, follow these steps
Make sure you connect with the tech from the same computer on which you see this “something went wrong” messages.
If you are still not able to solve this issue, we suggest you to Chat with our experts. I am sure they will help you solve the issue.
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