Many Office 2016 users have been affected by an issue where World 2016 stops responding every single time they try to print a document. Users affected by this issue see that whenever they try to print a document on Word 2016, the application simply stops responding and becomes utterly and completely unusable. Word is one of the best, if not the absolute best, word processing programs out there for the Windows Operating System, which is why having it stop responding whenever you try to print a document can prove to be a pretty significant issue.
Thankfully, this problem can be fixed, and fixing it is pretty easy too. Many affected users have had success with fixing this issue by simply changing their default printer. However, if that doesn’t work, a surefire way to get rid of this problem is to simply uninstall Office 2016 using an easy fix tool designed specifically for this purpose and then reinstall it. In order to do so, you need to:
- Click here to download an easy fix tool designed to uninstall Office 2016 without a hitch.
- Once the easy fix tool has been downloaded, run it.
- Follow the onscreen instructions and go through the easy fix tool to successfully uninstall Office 2016.
- Once Office 2016 has been uninstalled, restart your computer.
- Click here to go to the My Office Account
- Sign in to the My Office Account page with the Microsoft account associated with your copy of Office 2016.
- On the My Office Account page, once you’ve successfully signed in, click on Install.
- Download the Office 2016 installer and, once it has been downloaded, run it.
- Follow the onscreen instructions and go through the installer to install Office 2016. Office 2016 will have been successfully installed when you get to the “You’re all set! Office is installed now” screen, at which point you can simply click on Close to close the installer.
Once Office 2016 has been reinstalled, simply launch Word 2016, accept the License Agreement, activate Office 2016 (if it was not activated automatically) and try printing a document to see whether or not the issue has been resolved.