How do I fix m7703-1003?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The m7703-1003 error code is a Microsoft Office error that can occur when trying to open, save, or print a document. This error can be caused by a variety of issues, including corrupt Office files, incorrect permissions, or problems with Office add-ins. In most cases, the m7703-1003 error can be resolved by restarting Office, repairing Office, or resetting Office file associations.

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1. Check your internet connection

  1. First, open a web browser and type in "www.speedtest.net" into the address bar.
  2. On the web page that appears, click on the "Speed Test" button.
  3. A new window will open, and inside of that window, you will be able to click on the "download" button in order to download the speed test results.
  4. Once the speed test has been downloaded, open it up and take a look at the bottom left corner. There, you will see a section that says "Connected". If the connected status is not green, then there may be something wrong with your internet connection.
  5. If the connected status is green, then you can probably skip the rest of this guide and go on to the next step. If the connected status is not green, then you will need to follow the next few steps in order to fix the problem.
  6. The first thing that you will need to do is check your network settings. Go to your router's settings and make sure that the network is enabled and that the correct settings are being used.
  7. Next, you will need to make sure that your computer is connected to the internet via a stable and fast connection. If you are using a wired connection, make sure that the cable is plugged in properly and that the connection is stable. If you are using a wireless connection, make sure that the connection is stable and that the signal is strong.
  8. If you are still experiencing problems, then you may need to contact your ISP in order to troubleshoot the issue.

2. Check the settings in your web browser

  1. Open your web browser and type the address of the website you are having an issue with.
  2. Click on the website.
  3. In the top right corner of the browser, click on the three lines in a triangle next to the URL bar.
  4. On the left, under "History," click on the "Settings" button.
  5. On the right, under "General," click on the "Advanced" button.
  6. In the "Internet options" window, click on the "Security" tab.
  7. Under "Sites," click on the offending website.
  8. In the "Security settings" window, click on the "Content" tab.
  9. In the "Encoding" section, make sure the "Enable encryption" check box is selected.
  10. In the "Security" section, make sure the "Enable secure connections" check box is selected.
  11. In the "Content settings" window, make sure the "Enable cookies" and "Enable Javascript" check boxes are selected.
  12. In the "Advanced" window, make sure the "Override local settings" check box is selected.
  13. Close the "Internet options" window and the "Security" tab in the "Internet options" window.
  14. Close the "Settings" window.
  15. In the "History" window, click on the "Clear history" button.

3. Contact the website's administrator

  1. Navigate to the website's home page and click on the "Contact Us" link located near the bottom of the page.
  2. On the "Contact Us" page, you will be prompted to enter your email address.
  3. Once you have entered your email address, you will be directed to a form where you can provide additional information about the issue you are experiencing.
  4. Once you have provided all the information requested on the "Contact Us" page, the website's administrator will contact you to resolve the issue.