When users open Microsoft Word, they experience errors like 30 in words error or 30 in words limit exceeded.
This error appears when the 30-character limit is exceeded.
Users reported this 30 in words error in Microsoft Word 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016.
- The 30 in words error message appears when the game’s server is overloaded, or when a network connection is unstable.
- The 30 words error message should disappear after waiting for 10 minutes, but if it doesn’t, try restarting the game.
Update Windows 10
- To update the Windows 10 OS, click the Start menu button.
- Select the Settings app from the Start menu.
- Then click the Update & Security option.
- Select the Windows Update option on the Windows Update tab.
- Click the Check for updates button.
Change document language
- Open the document in which you have the error.
- Click on File and then on Options
- Select the Language option.
- Then select English (UK)
- Check if the error has been resolved
Change the encoding
- If the issue is related to an encoding error, it can be solved by changing the language of the Word document.
- Click on File.
- Select the option Open.
- Navigate to the location of the Word document.
- Select Word document.
- Select Edit.
- Select Options.
- Select Language.
- Select Show Document Language in the Document window.
- Select English (United States).
Create a new blank document
- Open Word, or create a new blank document in Word.
- Click on File.
- Click on Options.
- Click on the Spelling and Grammar tab.
- In the Spelling and Grammar section, click on the Spelling option.
- Click on the Change button.
- Now, click on the Custom Dictionaries option.
- Click on Add.
- Click on the folder icon to browse for the file.
- Click on the file to open it.
- Now, click on the OK button.
Copy the content to a new file
- Copy the content to a new file and save the file with a new file name.
- Copy the documents to another computer, and then re-add it to the library and save the file again.
Save the document in a different format
- Open the document in Word, then press Ctrl + S to save it.
- Select Rich Text (RTF) from the Save as type drop-down menu, and then press Save.
- The file will be saved as an RTF file, which is compatible with all versions of the Microsoft Word application.