I will try installing from a different edition and test the result; We have an original base level install that I can try. Thanks, in advance! =?Utf-8?B?QnVja2V5ZSBTdGV2ZQ==?= Reinstalling Office Professional 2003 4 replies , 4/3/2006, 6:41:02 AM I had to reinstall Windows XP Pro due to a virus and had an upgrade version of The fact that it continued to work on 4 (combining 98 and 98SE) different operating systems is something that you should be quite happy about. Office 97 makes many changes to the Windows registry when it is installed. his comment is here
To do this use the command line and type C:\windows\syswow64\regsvr32.exe c:\windows\syswow64\mstext35.dll. It might help bring some of those web components more up to-date: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...f0-70e5-4595-8a98-370278f40c57&DisplayLang=en If this doesn't work, close out of everything, reboot, and than go to www.openoffice.org and install Open Office. Has anyone figured out how to successfully install the Office 97 Pro Service Release 2 patch in Vista? 2. I found another one (worked OK), which doesn't involve selecting at the SR-1 stage, nor modifications of any file.
I don't yet use either program, but want to use one in the future. =?Utf-8?B?c2RncmFuZG1vbQ==?= Office 2003 Professional - Re-install Fails 0 replies , 1/19/2006, 9:31:02 PM I need some help. Verify that the file exists and that you can access it. Please try again later. This is not the fault of MS.
If we change the UAC level by editing the registry then the UAC will work quite satisfactorily at that changed level. It works well on XP. I had no trouble changing the UAC. Scanning the SR2b > installation log, I noticed the following lines that indicated > problems. > > At the end of the "Access bucket file copy starts" section are the >
I've contacted Dell and trying to figure how to reinstall the software. any thoughts? =?Utf-8?B?Y2xheQ==?= Upgrade Office Professional 2007 to Professional Plus. 5 replies , 4/13/2009, 4:07:11 PM I have office professional 2007 and need to upgrade to professional plus so i can Microsoft Office 97 Profession... © CBS Interactive Inc. You're using an completely outdated software.
We'll email youwhen relevant content isadded and updated. Just as I began to lose heart I realized that somebody mentioned something about having MS-Works on their machine, Bingo! Right-click and select "INSTALL". Apr 10 '07 #6 P: n/a Allen Browne No.
At the end of the "Access bucket file copy starts" section are the lines: * Move C:\Windows\Fonts\tahoma.ttf to C:\Windows\Fonts\sr1E639.tmp * Unable to open C:\Windows\Fonts\tahoma.ttf * sr2 patch fail Under the following this content Loading... Advanced Search Forum Office & Other Software Applications Microsoft Office Installing Office 97 on Windows XP If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking When I wrote "I've also read that the later versions of Access are more buggy and slower than the 97 version", your (excellent) website was one place I'd read it.
Version: 11.0.5525.0 Using Local Cache Drive of already installed product: D:\. Don’t miss out on this exclusive content! Then what? http://stricklandresearch.net/problem-installing/problem-installing-microsoft-office-2010.html The full procedure and list of problems overcome is as follows:- 1) Make a custom installation of Office 97 into an Office97 folder selecting only Access and its associated data
Office Professional 2003 INSTALLING XP OFFICE PROFESSIONAL Office XP Professional Upgrade Office Professional 2003 difference between office professional and office professional AE Publishing to Adobe Acrobat Professional 7 from Word 2007 Tks. =?Utf-8?B?RURS?= Office 2003 Professional 1 replies , 9/29/2007, 7:48:00 AM I ordered SP3 for Office 2003 Professional, & I need to know the difference between I386 & Win32 versions =?Utf-8?B?SmF5Q2Vl?= Condensation of Water.
Scanning the SR2b > installation log, I noticed the following lines that indicated > problems. > > At the end of the "Access bucket file copy starts" section are the > I unfortunatly had 3 gateway computers die on my because of other reasons. the menu opens & i click exe but then i get error 2755 2. "Error 2755" Please respond in english not computalk. I know this may be a stupid question so please don't laugh. =?Utf-8?B?R2FyZGVuTG92aW5Nb20=?= Re: How do I get rid of Office 2007 Professional 1 replies MIcrosoft Photo Editor and XP Professional-ReTry
I found the file that gives you more information, but when I click on the file, it takes me to a Microsoft web page that is no longer there. Many thanks, John Van De Giessen Tuesday, November 17, 2009 6:10 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote John, As mentioned earlier, i tested the application with different machines. Ran sr2patch.exe from the extracted SR2b as Administrator. ....and it ran with no errors! check over here udayagee, Nov 30, 2007 #5 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.
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Does anyone know where I can get the VS Windows Componet Updates? Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly." Reply With Quote September 22nd, 2007,07:04 PM #8 rbrimages View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User My setup: -New install of Vista business. -No other office version installed. -UAC on (yeah, I know I'm a masochist) -Office 97 Pro SR-1 CD -Office 97 SR-2b file Steps: 1. My thanks to "Robin" who sent me a similar solution.
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