Re: Problems running Mathematica and WordMS together in Win7
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- Subject: [mg110204] Re: Problems running Mathematica and WordMS together in Win7
- From: sean <sean_incali at yahoo.com>
- Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2010 07:07:22 -0400 (EDT)
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I have the similar problems on windows vista running Mathematica 7.01 and word 2003 (Same thing happens with word 2007). Similar to the OP's issue, When word (2003 or 2007) is running at the same time as Mathematica, Mathematica becomes unresponsive to mouse inputs. Well, it becomes very sluggish to anything I'm trying to do in Mathematica. (like selecting, evaluating, even typing) I realized at one point, my problem was caused by endnote reference manager program integrated with Word. When I uninstalled Endnote (x.2 version), the problems disappeared. now I can run both word 2003 and 2007 at the same time as Mathematica and have no problems. It's quite unfortunate because Endnote is very useful for writing... hope there is some type of workaround for this. Another thing weird about endnote is that it uses "field" feature in Word which causes excessive CPU usage. At least that's what I can tell on my machine using task manager. On Jun 1, 1:23 am, John Fultz <jfu... at wolfram.com> wrote: > On Sun, 30 May 2010 23:47:52 -0400 (EDT), Arne Eide wrote: > > I have had some problems lately running Mathematica in Win7 64. > > Suddenly I loose contact with the program and have to kill the process > > (it's impossible to close down or quit within the programme). The > > problem is solved when setting Mathematica in compatibility mode for > > WinXP, but that creates other problems. Today I discovered that the > > problem only occurs when running WordMS. Have some of you experienced > > similar problems and have you a fix? > > > Cheers, > > Arne > > Do you mean you're running Microsoft Word? Which version? I run MS Word 2007 > concurrently with Mathematica on my Win7 64-bit OS quite frequently, and I > haven't run into any problems. > > Sincerely, > > John Fultz > jfu... at wolfram.com > User Interface Group > Wolfram Research, Inc.