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How do I fix Office Error 1058-4?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The office error 1058-4 is a relatively common error code that can occur for a number of reasons. Typically, this error code is caused by a problem with the Microsoft Office installation on the computer. In some cases, the error can also be caused by a corrupt or damaged Microsoft Office file.

There are a number of potential solutions for this error code. In some cases, simply restarting the computer can fix the problem. If the error persists, try uninstalling and then reinstalling Microsoft Office. If the problem still persists, it is likely that the Microsoft Office installation on the computer is corrupt and will need to be repaired.

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1. Restart your computer

  1. First, locate your computer's power cord. If you are using an AC adapter, connect the power cord to the AC adapter and plug it into an outlet. If you are using a battery, connect the battery to the computer.
  2. If your computer has a CD or DVD drive, insert the CD or DVD. If your computer has a USB port, connect the USB cable to the computer.
  3. If your computer has a floppy disk drive, insert the floppy disk.
  4. If your computer has a hard drive, press the power button to turn it off. Press the power button to turn it back on.
  5. If your computer has a touch screen, point to the lower-left corner of the screen and press the power button to turn it off. Point to the lower-left corner of the screen and press the power button to turn it back on.
  6. If your computer has a keyboard and mouse, unplug the keyboard and mouse.
  7. If your computer has a monitor, press the power button to turn it off. Point to the power button (usually in the upper-left corner) and press it to turn the monitor on.
  8. If you are using a laptop, remove the battery and plug in the AC adapter.
  9. If you are using a desktop, press the power button to turn it off. Point to the power button (usually in the upper-left corner) and press it to turn the computer on.

2. Check your computer for updates

  1. Click on the Start button and then select Settings.
  2. Under the Update and Security heading, click on the Check for updates button.
  3. In the Windows Update window, click on the Search updates button.
  4. In the Search results window, select the relevant updates and then click on the Install updates button.
  5. When the updates have been installed, click on the Restart now button to restart your computer.
  6. When your computer has restarted, click on the Start button and then select Programs and Features.
  7. Under the Microsoft Office heading, select the Office 2010 suite.
  8. In the Office 2010 setup window, click on the Check for updates button.
  9. In the Office 2010 Update window, click on the View available updates button.
  10. In the Update Options window, select the Install all available updates check box and then click on the Update now button.
  11. When the updates have been installed, click on the Close button to exit the setup window.

3. Run a virus scan

  1. Go to the Start Menu and open Programs
  2. On the Programs menu, click on Microsoft Office.
  3. Click on the File tab.
  4. Click on the Virus Scan option.
  5. On the Virus Scan window, click on the Start Scan button.
  6. The virus scan will start and it will take some time to complete.
  7. Once the virus scan is done, you will be able to view the results on the Virus Scan window.
  8. If the scan results show that there is a virus infection, then you will need to take action to fix the infection.
  9. To fix the virus infection, you will need to do one of the following: a. Remove the virus infection by following the instructions that are provided on the Virus Scan window. b. Remove the virus infection by using a malware removal tool. c. Repair the virus infection.

4. Uninstall and reinstall Microsoft Office

To uninstall Microsoft Office, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Under Programs, click Uninstall a program.
  3. In the list of programs, click Microsoft Office.
  4. Click Uninstall.
  5. Click Yes to confirm the uninstall.
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions to reinstall Microsoft Office.

5. Disable your firewall and antivirus software

1.Open your firewall and antivirus software. 2. Disable your firewall and antivirus software. 3. Reboot your computer. 4. Try to open your office document again.

6. Delete and recreate your Office profile

  1. From the Microsoft Office ribbon, select File > Account Settings.
  2. In the Account Settings dialog box, select your profile name.
  3. On the General tab, under Profile Location, select the Remove Profile option.
  4. In the Remove Profile dialog box, select Delete Profile.
  5. Click OK to confirm the deletion of your profile.
  6. Click Yes to confirm the creation of a new profile.
  7. Enter your desired profile name in the Profile Name text box.
  8. In the General tab, under Profile Settings, select the Use My Office Settings option.
  9. On the Sync Options tab, select the Sync My Settings Automatically check box.
  10. Click OK to save your profile settings.

If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:

  1. Repair your Office installation.
  2. Try opening Office in Safe Mode.
  3. Contact Microsoft Support.