Hello, I have macros that automate the process of inserting a folder full of files into a Word document, creating a new document, searching on specific criteria, and inserting the documents that meet the critieria into the new document (the text files are separated by section breaks). Here is my issue. The macros were originally created under a specific user name and worked without problems. The IT department added a user to the computer and I'm not exactly sure what else, but now there are problems. Some of the functions do not work under the original user name but work under the new name created. I'm baffled as to why some would work under one name and not the other, especially, when they worked fine under the original user. I am receiving a runtime error 5097 with this part of a function: With Selection .InsertFile FileName:=myName, ConfirmConversions:=False <-----the debugger stops on this line. It stops on random files each time it is ran. .InsertParagraphAfter .InsertBreak Type:=wdSectionBreakNextPage .Collapse direction:=wdCollapseEnd End With This function works on the new user name but not the original user. On the following, I am receiving a runtime 5941 error ("The requested member of the collection does not exist"): Windows("document1.docx").Activate <---Debugger stops on this line. Selection.Copy Windows("Count.docx").Activate Selection.PasteAndFormat (wdPasteDefault) Selection.EndKey unit:=wdStory ActiveWindow.ActivePane.SmallScroll down:=-50 Windows("document1.docx").Activate Selection.MoveDown For the above, both documents are open at the time of running. This does not work under the new user name but works under the prior user name. (The document name in quotes is changed to reflect document names and extensions showing/not showing.) I have searched high and low for answers and have tried various fixes to no avail. The IT department has told me that the only thing that they have done is added a user. I'm just short of trying to uninstall and reinstall Office 2007 to see if that may fix the issues. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.