3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 27, 2007 4:57 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Clean Up Word HTML.JS Error

    Pookaboy
      I am having an issue with Dreamweaver CS3 throwing an error when I go to have an HTML file with a boatload of M$ Word garbage in it cleaned up. The error that comes up is as follows:

      While executing onClick in Clean Up Word HTML.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occured:

      At line 1168 of file "C:\Programs Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS3\Configuration\Commands\Clean Up Word HTML.JS":
      The object is not currently contained in a document.


      I wanted to know if anyone has had this error or not, and if so, please tell me how to fix it.
      Thanks,
      Tom
        • 1. Re: Clean Up Word HTML.JS Error
          Level 7
          Troubleshooting JavaScript errors in Dreamweaver
          http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=tn_19105#dat

          I think #4 is your answer.

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          "Pookaboy" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:fl0n97$jg6$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          >I am having an issue with Dreamweaver CS3 throwing an error when I go to
          >have
          > an HTML file with a boatload of M$ Word garbage in it cleaned up. The
          > error
          > that comes up is as follows:
          >
          > While executing onClick in Clean Up Word HTML.htm, the following
          > JavaScript error(s) occured:
          >
          > At line 1168 of file "C:\Programs Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver
          > CS3\Configuration\Commands\Clean Up Word HTML.JS":
          > The object is not currently contained in a document.

          >
          > I wanted to know if anyone has had this error or not, and if so, please
          > tell
          > me how to fix it.
          > Thanks,
          > Tom
          >

          • 2. Re: Clean Up Word HTML.JS Error
            Pookaboy Level 1
            Murray,
            Thanks for the reply, however, I just went through all the applicable items on the above referenced page and still had the same error keep coming up. It only happens with the aformentioned option of cleaning up MS Word detritus in the html page.
            You can see the results below.

            Here's the list:
            1. Check the list of known JavaScript errors
            - not there
            2. Install the latest update for your version of Dreamweaver
            - already done, to no avail
            3. Name objects referred to by JavaScript
            - not applicable
            4. Delete the FileCache.dat file
            - did it, no success
            5. Try a new page
            - did it, no success
            6. Re-create the site cache
            - did it, no success
            7. For site specific errors, try deleting the .dws site cache file
            - not applicable
            8. Mac users: check for special characters in paths
            - not applicable
            9. Verify extensions are compatible with your version of Dreamweaver
            - standard extension that is included with DW CS3
            10. Disable extensions
            - not applicable, other extensions work fine
            11. Uninstall extensions
            - not applicable, see 10 above.
            12. Recreate the Dreamweaver user configuration folder
            - did it, no success
            13. Run Dreamweaver in Selective Startup Mode or Diagnostic Startup Mode
            - did it, no success
            14. See additional TechNotes
            - did it, no success
            • 3. Re: Clean Up Word HTML.JS Error
              Level 7
              > 4. Delete the FileCache.dat file
              > - did it, no success

              Are you sure you deleted the correct one? There are two....

              > 7. For site specific errors, try deleting the .dws site cache file
              > - not applicable

              So this error would appear in any site where you tried to do this cleanup?

              > 10. Disable extensions
              > - not applicable, other extensions work fine

              This does not necessarily mean anything. There could be a single extension
              that is leading to the triggering of this error.

              If that fails to solve the problem, then I recommend you contact Adobe
              directly and use one of your one-on-one support incidents.

              http://www.adobe.com/support/programs/dreamweaver/index.html?tab:contact=1

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              Adobe Community Expert
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              "Pookaboy" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
              news:fl19f9$8kk$1@forums.macromedia.com...
              > Murray,
              > Thanks for the reply, however, I just went through all the applicable
              > items on
              > the above referenced page and still had the same error keep coming up. It
              > only
              > happens with the aformentioned option of cleaning up MS Word detritus in
              > the
              > html page.
              > You can see the results below.
              >
              > Here's the list:
              > 1. Check the list of known JavaScript errors
              > - not there
              > 2. Install the latest update for your version of Dreamweaver
              > - already done, to no avail
              > 3. Name objects referred to by JavaScript
              > - not applicable
              > 4. Delete the FileCache.dat file
              > - did it, no success
              > 5. Try a new page
              > - did it, no success
              > 6. Re-create the site cache
              > - did it, no success
              > 7. For site specific errors, try deleting the .dws site cache file
              > - not applicable
              > 8. Mac users: check for special characters in paths
              > - not applicable
              > 9. Verify extensions are compatible with your version of Dreamweaver
              > - standard extension that is included with DW CS3
              > 10. Disable extensions
              > - not applicable, other extensions work fine
              > 11. Uninstall extensions
              > - not applicable, see 10 above.
              > 12. Recreate the Dreamweaver user configuration folder
              > - did it, no success
              > 13. Run Dreamweaver in Selective Startup Mode or Diagnostic Startup Mode
              > - did it, no success
              > 14. See additional TechNotes
              > - did it, no success
              >