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Office 2010 Standrard and Microsoft Office Document Imaging

Q: Office 2010 Standrard and Microsoft Office Document Imaging

I have Office 2010 Standard Open License Version installed on 7 XP Pro machines. We discovered, when trying to open a .tif file, that Document Imaging has been removed from Office 2010. I found and followed instructions in KB982760 from the MS web site. I got lots of parts of Office 2007, including Word, but still no Document Imaging. I tried going through Add/Remove Programs to add the feature; still no luck. Has anyone been successful getting Document Imaging from a previous version of Office to run under 2010?


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Hi all

I am using Windows XP and office 2003. I am using Microsoft Office Picture Manager to view tif files.


1. I open a tif file.
2. I make an annotation change eg: Use the hightlighting tool to hightlight some text. Fine, no problem!
3. I save the document.
4. I close the document and try reopening it:

I get this error:

"The file selected is not a valid Microsoft Document Imaging file"

I recreated my Windows XP profile and this resolved the problem

That was two weeks ago........now the problem is back!

Any ideas?


A:Problems with Microsoft office document imaging in Office 2003

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Hello all,

I'm trying to view a document that has a *.tif extention. Upon investigation, it was said that this can be opened by Microsoft Office Document Imaging. Is there a stand alone program out there that I can use to view such a file? Thanks

A:Microsoft Office Document Imaging

A .tif is a picture or graphic. You can open it using Windows Paint or any other painting app. If you want to use Office, you could open Word and Insert, Picture, From File, and browse to the graphic and insert it into a word doc.

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In Windows XP and Windows Vista 32 bit I when I installed MSO 2003 a Microsoft Office Document Imaging Writer was installed as a virtual printer and was visible in my Contral Panel Printers folder. This was handy as a printer for files for later printing as described at the link below. In Windows 7 64 bit I cannot get Microsoft Office Document Imaging Writer to install as a printer although Microsoft Office Document Imaging does install and work as a program available to open view and scan files.
A solution is suggested in the article at the link below but it does not seem to work. does anyone here have a workaround for this issue?

A:Microsoft Office Document Imaging Writer

After reading your post I check to see if the same problem exist on my system; it doesn't. Looked up your problem on MS Office forums and couldn't find anything there either. Wish I could help. Have you attempted to repair the installation, or check to see if you can reinstall office; if you attempt a reinstall check the office tools to see if this has been checked off. Good luck.

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i deleted microsoft office document imaging and One Note from my printer sectiona while back because I was unaware of their functions. While playing on a different computer, I experimented with the programs and found out what they are used for. But now they are still gone on my computer. How do I get them back?

...deleted them from printer and faxes and now I want them back.
what do i do?


A:Solved: microsoft office document imaging and One Note

You should be able to reinstall them from your Office CD!

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Hey everybody

Here at the office, we scan in leads that are mailed out to various employees. The scanner makes the file a .tiff, which has all the document images in that one file. We have to view the tiff with Microsoft Office Document Image in order to view all of the different files.

For example, if there were 40 documents scanned, and they all are put into one single .tiff. Now, if I use Microsoft Office Document Image to view it, then all 40 of them come up on the left side, and I can view them seperately.

However, if I use a picture viewer, it only shows the first document of the .tiff. I can't scroll through or anything.

Now, it's not a problem for us in the office, since we all have Microsoft Office. However, it is a problem when we e-mail them out to users that do not have this program. Is there a free alternative to this, that I can tell the employees to download, and use as the viewer for these documents?


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MS Office 2007 - Microsoft Office Document Scanning is not able to recognize the scanner.
Every time when given scan its giving error message "Scanner not responding".
But scanner working fine when using MS Office 2003 - Microsoft Office Document Scanning. Also it works with software called Desktop Bind V2.

OS: Windows XP 32-bit
Scanner: RICOH IS200e Network Scanner.

A:Scanner not detected by MS Office 2007 - Microsoft Office Document Scanning

check if you have installed all the office updates.
check if there are any latest scanner drivers, update the drivers for your scanner.
run office diagnostic and check if there are any errors

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Ever since I installed JASC Paint Shop 8 it has set itself up as the default program for opening certain documents. I want MS Office Document Imaging to be the default program. How??????
[email protected]

A:MS Office Document Imaging

In Windows Explorer, right click any file of the type you want to change the association for, and select "Open With", then select "Choose program" on the bottom of the list, then select MS Office Document Imaging, tick the "Always use the selected program..." box and OK

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Hello, I am trying to copy text from an Office Document Imaging file onto a Word file but an unable to do so. I am directed to perform an OCR install and then told I don't have the proper file - C:\MSOCache\AllUsers\900000409-6000-1103-8CFE-0150048383C9/M4561414.CAB.

I have Windows XP with MS Office 2003.

Any help is greatly appreciated. edinbowen

A:MS Office Document Imaging and OCR problem - I need a file

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I recently installed the Microsoft Office 2010 Beta, but this morning its intro screen stays stuck at "Starting Microsoft Office Click-to-Run." Googling it resulted in only two threads, neither of them having the answer.

I'm back to using Office 2007, by simply setting my Word and Excel documents to open by Office 2007 by default, but now my Word and Excel icons have become much less pretty, such as my Word icons becoming a very plain "DOCX" icon instead of the normal "blue W" icon. I checked, and the file types are still regular Word documents. Is there a way to get the pretty icons back?

A:Office 2010 Problems: "Starting Microsoft Office Click-to-Run" & Unattractive DOCX icons for Word documents.

Regarding changing the icon:
Go to either My Computer or Windows Explorer.
Click Tools, Folder Options, File Types tab.
Scroll down to the DOCX file type (file types are in alphabetical order), click on it one time to highlight it.
Click the Advanced button.
The "Edit File Type" screen appears.
There is a Change Icon button in the top right area.
Click the Change Icon button.
You should have other icon choices to pick from.
Side note: If you don't like any of those icons, you can always hit the Browse button,
and browse to where other icons are, (you can assign any icon to any file type that you want, it is a matter of personal preference).
Icons are found in .exe files (executables), some (not all) .dll (dynamic link library) files, and .ico files.

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I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64 and Microsoft Office 2007 Small Business. I will be receiving Office 2010 Professional Plus. Do I have to uninstall Office 2007 Small Business or can I install Office 2010 over it. What is the best way to handle the upgrade. I have a lot of files on word and excell. Will they transfer over.

Thanks in advance for all your help and cooperation.


A:Microsoft Office 2010/ Replace Office 2010

Quote: Originally Posted by rottikid

I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64 and Microsoft Office 2007 Small Business. I will be receiving Office 2010 Professional Plus. Do I have to uninstall Office 2007 Small Business or can I install Office 2010 over it. What is the best way to handle the upgrade. I have a lot of files on word and excell. Will they transfer over.

Thanks in advance for all your help and cooperation.


Hi rottikid & welcome,

You are strongly advised to uninstall Office 2007 first.
Links below for you to peruse.

Make sure you have a copy of all that you wish to transfer / use on the new Office 2010.

If you require more help let us know.


How do I uninstall Office 2003, Office 2007 or Office 2010 suites if I cannot uninstall it from Control Panel?

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What all comes with Microsoft Office 2010 Office ??? is it worthy of trying.

A:Microsoft Office 2010 Office

http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/default.aspxIt's currently just a Beta, but will be available for purchase in the Fall of this year.I use it on both my PC's, as I don't have a Office 2007 disc. It's free (for now). Works fine.The interface is slightly different than previous versions, but it's still pretty nice. Try it out and see if you like it. You've got nothing to lose.

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For some reason I cant edit footer and header in my document. Any suggestions?

file: http://autoit.net.ee/hacked.doc


Ctrl + a doesnt work.
table of contens can not be selected.
header/footer cannot be edited.

Those problems are only with document linked above. Anyone got Idea what might cause this?

1 way to solve this is to save it as odt and then back to doc. but I want to know what causes this.

A:Office 2010 cant edit footer for specific document.

Your document is protected - remove the protection and you can edit the footer (I just edited your file).


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Upon starting a new document, I entered the margins prior to typing. I entered the Title of the document and centered it horizontally 1.0" from top. I do my work using Print Layout and when I did this particular one, the title is at the top edge with no space even though the top margin is set at 1.0". Then when I viewed it by going to the Print mode, the margin is 2.0", and the bar at the bottom shows the amount of the "line" at 1.5". So I've got all these different top margins and the one I formatted my document with doesn't even show up in any view. White space is checked, I have no columns and rows setup, I deleted the title and typed it again and it still shows the different margins. I have spent over 1.5 hours today looking for the problem and doing research online. You're my last hope. Can you help me so that I'll know what to do when it happens again? Thank you

A:Solved: Different Margins on Document in Office Starter 2010

Drag the cursor to the top edge of the white paper, and when it turns into a double arrow, double click.

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We are wanting to up-grade our current Office suite Office 2003 to either Office 2010 or Office 2013.  Our PC's are running Windows 7
I would just like to know what peoples opinions and advice is on this?

A:Up-grade from Office 2003 to Office 2010 or Office 2013

 I can't speak to Office 2013, but I've done numerous upgrades to Office through 2010.  When you install the new version, you have the option to keep the old version or just replace it.  Starting with Office 2007 the familiar menu bar has been replaced with the ribbons which take a lot of getting used to for folks used to older versions.  There's a little program called UbitMenu that will add most of the menu bar functions back in the 2007 and 2010 versions that a lot of folks find helpful.  If you do opt to have two different versions installed at the same time, what happens is that when you switch from one to the other, it goes through a juggling act that takes a minute or so.  It's a bit of a pain, but if you need it, it could be a convenience.
Good luck.

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I have been using Word and “Microsoft office 2007 - Document Imaging” for doing OCR and passing text to WORD. Recently it has been doing something very strange. When I try to send the OCR’d text to WORD (“Send text to Word”), WORD gives an error message:
“Server Busy. This action cannot be completed because the ‘document 1 - Microsoft Word’ program is not responding. …”
If I can minimize the empty Word document window, a small dialog box appears asking me “Do you want to convert from
[list of file formats] to WORD?” If I select HTML, The text finally appears in Word. Sometimes the Word/Document Imaging programs hang up completely and I have to go to “Task Manager” to get out of the predicament.
I have un-installed and re-installed “Microsoft Office 2007” with no success in solving the problem.
Can anyone tell me what is going on? How can I go directly to Word instead of having to convert from HTML? How did it get to HTML in the first place?

A:Office 2007 Word and "Document Imaging" software

Hello Frank,

Welcome to the Vista Forums.

Have you gotten all of the updates for Office? Did this start after installing other software? You could try a system restore to a point before this started. Info if needed: System Restore - How to

Hope this helps. Sorry for the slow response.
Please keep us posted.


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I ran a virus scan off NBC for the sassar virus, computer was ffree but this kept popping up wanting me to buy so i uninstalled it and then my window word and office document program was gone completely from computer. I have a gateway 98, I have searched and tells me programs cannot be found?? This grandma needs to know can I run rescue disc and just reinstall or will everything change. Thanks

A:microsoft office document program

If you have Microsoft Word, search for a file named winword.exe. That's the file you need to start Word. If it's found, double click on it to run it. If Word opens, just make a new shortcut to the winword.exe file since your old shortcut apparently got corrupted somehow.

If you have a disc with either Microsoft Word or Microsoft Works on the label; yes, you can reinstall Word from whichever one of those you have.

Please post back with the results.

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I have a MSI GS70 which I recently bought about two months ago. I have updated to windows 8.1. Whenever I try to open a document from USB drive that has the format associated with a microsoft office application I get a BSOD. I ran an SFC scan, and it came back clean. I can open up the files when I copy them over but when it comes to opening it from the USB I get the BSOD.
I have attached the dump files.

A:BSOD when I try to run a microsoft office document from USB

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Good day, night everybody
I have next problem with my HP DeskJet F380 on Vista x64 Ultimate
When I open Microsoft Office Document Scanning and push scan button, it doing scan well, but when it finish and try to open Microsoft Office Document Imaging to save, I receive Error That Microsoft Office Document Scanning stops and report will be send to Microsoft.
What is possible wrong here?
I use drivers from MS itself for HP.
Thank you.

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Does anyone know where I can get hold of a Microsoft Office Document repair tool? Whenever I open any of my documents, all I see is hundreds of squares. I wondered if there was a document repair tool out there.


A:Microsoft Office Document Repair Tool?

Are you opening the document with the same program and version that created it?

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Over this past one year I have noticed more and more frequent BSOD crashes so I started paying close attention to what I was doing. Since then 100 percent of the BSOD occurred almost immediately after trying to save (via clicking the save icon, ^s (shortcut), or even save as). I found the probability of BSOD decreases a lot when you are doing a save a new filename. In fact I can't recall a single time where saving to a new file caused a problem. Overwriting an existing file seems to trigger it. The driver causing the BSOD is NTFS.sys. Note, it doesn't happen on each and every save, the average is like 1 of 7. My work-around has been to avoid saving early and often (which is a serious problem with Microsoft Office which isn't the most stable application around) and when I do save make sure it is via save-as and to a new filename. Just tack on a number or letter prefix. I mostly use Word ands Excel and have noted they both have this problem. Other applications may not have this issue, but then I don't overwrite too many files so that may be the reason for the lack of BSOD.

It's hard to say when it started. I allow Microsoft to update my PC as updates become available. I was never a fan of Microsoft roulette having been burned, but a couple friends insisted Microsoft cleaned up their act so I gave it another try. On the up side some of their updates did correct a couple minor issues. I believe one (or more) of their updates is responsible for this issue. Likewise I was hoping ... Read more

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Recently my office was bought a new batch of PC to us, is a happy things,right? Since the PC had update from Windows XP pro to Windows 7 pro.

However, the document which we shared in the LAN had affected suddently. For example, the formula in the document should calculate automatical but the setting change to manual; for microsoft word, the document suddently appear the page borders which previously does not have.

Oh ya, the documents is save in Microsoft Office 97-2003 version.

May i know what happen on it? Hope you guys can help me on this.


A:Setting in document microsoft office was changed suddenly

Hi Pax and welcome to the Forum.
You say

Since the PC had update from Windows XP pro to Windows 7 pro.

But there's no update from XP to Win 7. Do you mean that the new PC's have Win 7 pre installed? What version of MS Office do you have on the new PC's? Where is this document stored as if it has been transferred from one PC to another it may have got corrupted on the transfer?

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I am in homeschooling and I rely completely on my computer for my education.
I just recently found and joined a program called Microsoft Office Live. It is basically like having an online flash drive, so you can access your files from any computer. (if you have internet)
A couple of days after I uploaded a Microsoft Word document and saved it on the program, I came back and now it won't let me edit it!
What happens is I click on the "Edit" button when I have my document selected then a message box pops up and says "Some files can harm your computer. If the file information looks suspicious, or you do not fully trust the source, do not open the file."

Then it either lets me click "OK" or "Cancel".
When I click "OK" the box goes away, but it doesn't take me to the editing screen so I am not able to edit my document.

I have tried over, and over again. Nothing happens! I think there might be something wrong with my Microsoft Word because it worked on a computer that I used before. But what I need to do is get it to work on my current computer.

I am using Windows Vista.

Also, I am using a free trial for Microsoft Word...may that be the problem?

Well, let me know what you think. I am sort of a beginner/intermediate with computers.

Please Help me on this! It is mandatory for my grades in my Sophomore year of high school!


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Hi all
can you tell me if it is possible or not to use Office web App server 2013 alone without going through SharePoint, Lync, or exchange 2013?
Let me explain:
in a society where there is an infrastructure SharePoint, Lync and exchange 2013 with office web app server 2013, is a user that does not have office on his Computer, can open office (word excel..) document, bypassing SharePoint, Lync and exchange?
If it is possible thanks to guide me on how I can find nothing on the net...

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I am operating on Windows Vista Home Edition. I received an email with an application form for a job as an attachement. I completed the form off of the attachement and pressed the floppy disc icon to save it. I then made an alteration and when I went to close it I was prompted whether or not to save the changes. I pressed save. When I went to open the document as an attachement my additions were not there. I have done the following to try and find it on my laptop. Whilst on the document pressed save as instead to see where it would save it to. I have then tracked that up to local/microsoft/windows but then I am requested to go into Temporary Internet then Content IE5. These last 2 folders do not show up on my hard drive. I have show hidden files open. Can you please help. Spent hours completing this form. Ta Johanne

A:Missing Windows Mail/Microsoft Office 2003 Document

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microsoft office can't find your license for this application.  A repair attempt was unsuccessful or was cancelled.  microsoft office will exit

Please do help me for the same.  I have a valid license even updated the same today itself.

A:microsoft office can't find your license for this application. A repair attempt was unsuccessful or was cancelled. microsoft office will exit

Try to restart SOFTWARE PROTECTION service.

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I am wondering if anyone knows how to customize the "Open Office Document" program in Office 2000... this is the small program that archives shortcuts and has a tool bar on the left hand side with options that include : Web folders, Favorites, Desktop, Personal and History. I want to customize the "Look In:" tool bar...


A:Office 2000: Open Office Document Shortcut

I can't find a single way to change that setting. So, here's what I'd do.

Go to your (default) folder in Windows Explorer. Right-click it and hit Create Shortcut. Then, right-click the shortcut and hit Properties. Hit Change Icon. Give it the Open Office Document icon and also rename it to Open Office Document.

Copy or cut the shortcut.

Go to C:\windows\start menu and delete the old Open Office Document Shortcut and paste the new one in there.

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I just installed Microsoft Office 2010. How do you create envelops? Thank You

A:Microsoft office 2010

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\\\When I first bought my laptop, it was running windows 7 and home and student 2010, I then upgraded to the win8 release preview,and i was still able to use word, powerpoint, etc. Now when i upgraded to windows 8, they are in the "windows.old " folder, when i try to open them, an error message pops up saying that the file is not installed. How to i get these programs back??? I paid money for this!!!

A:Microsoft Office 2010 gone?

You will need to re-install Office 2010. Sounds like to me when you did the upgrade you didn't upgrade with the apps setting.

Hope that helps. You should be able to use the Office Key you have for 2010 as long as it's on the same computer it was originally installed.

Hope that helps.

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I am trying to uninstall Microsoft office professional plus 2010 from my comp and it won't uninstall, running win 7 home premium Dell Dimension E521, I have Office 2007 pro plus, I'm okay with that, I tried AVG uninstaller, still won't do it, suggestions? thank you

A:microsoft office pro 2010

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My Power Point 2010 error when I open 2003 and got message. Open it in saft mode
Plez help me
Thank you

A:Microsoft Office 2010

Not sure that this will work, but maybe worth a try:
Office 2010 PowerPoint. Some 1997-2003 ppt files will not open. - Microsoft Community

I found this to be a patch to the problem...
Easier solution to the above problem. It would appear that when downloaded normally, the browsers are flagging the file as being potentially unsafe, whereas DownThemAll! is not. It would also appear the the PowerPoint 2010 programmers failed to handle this in the code. So, the easiest way to get around this error is to navigate to the file on your computer, right-click it and go down to properties. In the box that pops up, go down to the security section (at the bottom) and unblock the file. Open file.

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I'm just wondering if the jump from 32-bit to 64-bit Office 2010 is worth the effort just like the jump from 32-bit OS's to 64-bit seems to be for the industry.

I read that Microsoft advised not to make the jump for Office 64-bit as it's too early and will give organisations some kind of compatability issues. They were saying to let 64-bit mature and consider it in the 2013 Office. What will you do?

A:Microsoft Office 2010 32-bit vs 64-bit?

Not sure why they'd make a 64 bit Office and then say don't jump on it.

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I been trying to download office 2010, but when code is enter a valid code, it does not allowed me to work on documents, also I can not delete some software installed, I do this by using control panel

A:Microsoft office 2010

Where did you download Office 2010 from?
Do you have a MS Key code and did you activate it?

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Microsoft Office 2010

Yup it's out on Beta. Got the email notice on it the other day. Anyone else get it and try it yet before this post ??

Thoughts on it so far ??

For the ones who haven't and want it. here ya go.

Microsoft Office Online

A:Microsoft Office 2010

It's been out for quite awhile now. You can go to the Microsoft Office Forum here on the Sevens to got more information along with getting some great insight as to what has been added.

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I really am not sure if anyone can help with this problem without restoring to factory settings or reinstalling windows because i don't want to do any of these.

Here's the problem, my brother and i were using the computer for work stuff and this is a new laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 preinstalled so we installed it using Office Starter to use Word.
Basically i uninstalled it by mistake and had to do a system restore and since then it was saying there was a problem with licensing but because it was preinstalled there is no key and since then i've been trying to sort things with system restore and made them a whole lot worse, i can now not install Office starter at all it's saying is:

"There is a problem setting up Microsoft Office Starter 2010"

"Windows cannot find c:\program data\microsoft\OEMoffice14\ostarter\en-us\welcomedocument.dotx"

"Unable to install Microsoft Office because of missing or corrupt files. Contact your computer manufacturer"

So im thinking im a lost cause unless anyone has suggestions but as i said i dont want to do any drastic measures like restoring to factory settings.

Thank you.

A:Microsoft Office 2010

hello toria,

try these stets

Repair Office Click-to-Run products

IMPORTANT Repairing Office Click-to-Run products require an Internet connection to be available during the entire repair process.

The files you created by using Microsoft Office are not deleted. However, you can choose to save the Microsoft Office settings or customizations that you created in the Office programs.

In Control Panel, click Programs, and then click Programs and Features.
NOTE In Classic view, double-click Programs and Features.

Click Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010, Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010, or Microsoft Office Starter 2010, and then click Change.
For the Remove Office user settings check box, do one of the following:
If you want to save Microsoft Office settings, such as Ribbon customizations, do not select the check box.
If you don't want to save the Office settings, such as Ribbon customizations, or if you are having a problem with settings that you want to fix, select the check box.
NOTE If you want to save the Ribbon customizations but not the other Office settings, export the Ribbon customizations first (Ribbon customizations are not available in Office Starter 2010).
Click Repair.


I dislike that when they preinstall office and you have the retail version on top of that.

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Zukona reported that RTM will be released on April 15

A:Microsoft Office 2010 RTM

Thats far away.

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hey i just downloaded the beta for Microsoft office 2010..
i was wondering what you guys thought about it?
did you notice any major changes, because i didn't

A:microsoft office 2010

Quote: Originally Posted by GlobesStudios

hey i just downloaded the beta for Microsoft office 2010..
i was wondering what you guys thought about it?
did you notice any major changes, because i didn't

Depends what you mean, Major Changes from the Tech Preview to the Beta or from 2007 to the Beta?

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I can't install microsoft office 2010, it just keeps me error at the end... I have try to use windows install clean up, registry cleanup, etc. but it's not working for me... what do I have do to????

A:Microsoft Office 2010

What error are you getting?

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The installation of microsoft office 2010 requires that msxml version 6.10.1129.0 be installed on your computer. Install the component and re-run the setup.Correct the issue(s) and re-run the setup."

I downloaded MSXML but it won't install
Anyone got this issue??

Sorry> installing that on windows xp pro.. and i also have office 2007 and office 2003 installed on my pc..

A:Microsoft office 2010

might want to uninstall the other versions of office first. just save your .pst files etc and give it a whirl then, having more than one office is like having more than one anti-virus - they fight for who gets to open it.

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I purchased a used laptop without a CD Rom/DVD player. Though, it does have an SD slot. I want to install my Office 2010 on this computer but obviously, it's on a CD Disc. Is it possible to copy the Office disc to a SD card and install? Yes, I know I can purchase an external CD/DVD drive, but I rarely use it and wanted to avoid purchasing something I will rarely use. Though, if that's my only option, then I'll do so, but wanted to see if there were other options.
Thank you.

A:Microsoft office 2010

Having just "one" great pal with a clean computer and a DVD/CD writer will work for a start!
Next you would need to extract the ISO file and inject it into the SD card..this is where another BC member who has
knowledge of a program that works with ISO to SD cards can step in!

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Up dated lately from windows 7 to windows 8.1 pro. Have my own copy of office 2010 would like to use it in my 8.1 pro. Any suggestions on how I might do that?

A:Microsoft office 2010

If you have the install disks, install it on your new system. Unless you have multiple licenses, uninstall from old system.

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Who has product key for microsoft office 2010...
can share it with me...plzz

A:MIcrosoft Office 2010

nobody can. Please read the rules at www.techguy.org/rules.html.

Closing thread.

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I just got a new desktop computer that is running Windows 8. My old computer, which was hit by lightning and made inoperable, had Microsoft Office 2010 on it.

I bought the new computer, which has no Microsoft Office on it, other than an offer to buy Office 2013.

This may be a dumb question but can I download Office 2010 since I had it before or will I need to buy it again or buy a newer vesion ? I have no product key for it because it was pre-loaded onto my old computer.

If so, as an alternative, are there any free programs out there that operate like Microsoft Office ? I have a few thumb drives that I cannot get into now because they are requiring Office to open them.

A:Microsoft Office 2010?

It was probably an OEM license which means it died with your old computer. You would need a full office license for it to be transferable which would mean you would have disks and a box with a license key or you would have an MS store login where you could manage your purchased products.

Try this Apache OpenOffice - The Free and Open Productivity Suite

or this LibreOffice 4 is here!

They are free.

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I have been using Microsoft word 2003 updated to 2007 for a few years.I started getting the "Genuine" notice and found I needed to pay $99 for a legal copy.I then saw a download for Office 2010 with a ZWT KMS-Keygen mini activator supplied as Microsoft service.I have read some details on this and it appears it is due on the shelves in June.What is being released appears to be for "feed-back".
When I came to uninstall word 2007 I found a number of security updates for 2003 on my list of programs so I removed these as well.
Are these copies "pirated" if so will the activator be negated at a later time?

A:Microsoft office 2010

pay the $99

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I just installed Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus on my netbook, but whenever I close Microsoft Word, it doesn't close and leads to it being "not responsive". How do I fix this? Nothing else has the same effect...except for Microsoft Word.
I had Microsoft Office 2010 Pro Plus installed, but since this weekend the Microsoft Word just wasn't working properly. Thus, I gave it a go and tried to uninstall then reinstall it a few times. None of those times worked out.

A:Microsoft Office 2010

Whenever installations get borked, I always recommend uninstalling with Revo Uninstaller before attempting to reinstall. Be sure to do the "Advanced" search, and delete everything that is found (Office leaves a lot behind).While you're at it, Publish a Snapshot using Speccy. I could probably guess at what hardware your netbook has, but I'm still curious. Sometimes large programs freeze on netbooks due to a low-power processor like the Intel Atom. I'd blame Office first, but we'll check both options before making a conclusion.

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When ever I start a Microsoft Office 2010 application I always get an error. It's Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student.

Excel- "Not enough memory to start Excel. Please close other applications and try again"
Word- Crashes as soon as I start it
OneNote- "OneNote cannot start because the Microsoft Office installation is missing the required files. Run Office setup again to repair the installation"
PowerPoint- Splash screen flashes and nothing else happens

I have also tried going to install and clicking repair but it still doesn't work.

Can somebody please help me.

Thanks in advance

A:Can't use Microsoft Office 2010

How much drive space do you have available?

You can get this error if your hard drive is getting towards being full.

Also, how much RAM do you have?

Whenever you post a new thread it always helps if you also post your full computer specifications.

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