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Windows 7 Bottle just drops installed programs

Hey All!

Am I missing something super simple here? I had a working install of Office 2016 in a Windows 7 bottle. Today I tried to launch word and I got a Microsoft prompt saying it needed repaired. Now when I try and run the application, it says, "There is no Windows program configured to open this type of file"

Am I missing something super simple here? When I try to recreate the bottle and go from there it just keeps saying that it needs repaired. What did I do wrong here to a perfectly fine working setup?

Thanks!

You wrote, <<Now when I try and run the [Microsoft Word] application, it says, "There is no Windows program configured to open this type of file">>

How exactly are you trying to run the application?

Were you ever able to resolve this problem?

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