Start by trying a registry reset, as your registry settings may be corrupted (see attached pdf). If that doesn't do anything, try to repair solidworks (control panel>programs>Solidworks select change/modify).
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Like Scott, I find it hard to deal with the name Unspecified, so I have arbitrarily decided that you will be Fred. If you are the same Unspecified that Scott already renamed, I'm sorry, but I forgot your name.
When I run into weird problems like this, I usually find that rebooting my computer makes life much better. It seems to me that SolidWorks and Microsoft have a hard time keeping the memory under control. If you reboot and problems don't clear up, then I am out of suggestions.