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Solved: two MS Office exists. Which do I keep?

Q: Solved: two MS Office exists. Which do I keep?

I noticed that in the Add/Remove that there was a "Professional Edition 2003 of MS Office (452mb)
and another listed for a "Standard Edition 2003 of MS Office" (62.27mb).
Can I delete the "Standard version"? or is it part of the "Professional" version?

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A: Solved: two MS Office exists. Which do I keep?

Which do you have the CD's for?

When uninstall one you may need to do a repair or reinstall the other version.

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At one time, I had Windows 2013 on my desktop computer. At some point I upgraded to Office 2016 and uninstalled Office 2013. However, every day for weeks now, Windows Update has tried (unsuccessfully) to install the following:

Security Update for Microsoft Office 2013 (KB2956151) 64-Bit Edition
Update for Microsoft Lync 2013 (KB2956174) 64-Bit Edition
Update for Microsoft Office 2013 (KB2899522) 64-Bit Edition
Update for Microsoft Office 2013 (KB2881001) 64-Bit Edition
Security Update for Microsoft Lync 2013 (KB2881013) 64-Bit Edition
Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office 2013 (KB2850036) 64-Bit Edition

I don't know if other updates are being blocked because these can't be installed. Plus, there appears no way to tell Windows Update NOT to try to install these again, as previous versions of Windows had.

Any suggestions on how to stop Windows Update from trying to install these every day??

A:Windows update fails for version of Office that no longer exists

Hi bertsiskin, welcome to Ten Forums. It might be faster to uninstall office 2016 and then run the fix it tool from Microsoft to totally uninstall Office 2013. Uninstall Office 2013, Office 2016, or Office 365 from a Windows computer - Microsoft Office . I would bet that it did not uninstall completely. And then reinstall Office 2016.

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I need Access 2007 for school, but I don't have it at home. I downloaded the compatibility pack from Microsoft's website, but Access 2007 files still won't open up in 2003.

Any help on this issue is much appreciated.
 

A:Need a Microsoft Office Access 2007 to 2003 converter. If one exists.

There is no compatability pack for Access, only for Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc.

You can however use the 2007 feature to "save as" a 2000, or a 2002/2003 compatable file at the school end, if that is possible..

Otherwise you mayu need to upgrade to 2007 at home.
 

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I've got an app which streams images from a URL and saves them locally. I'm using the
System.Net.WebRequest and System.Net.WebResponse classes to achieve this. When the URL is valid it's fine, everything works OK, but when it's given an invalid URL, of a domain that doesn't exit, no exception is thrown and the request is redirected to openDNS. This leads to the stream writing out a small file which contains the contents of the openDNS response page. Clearly this is not the behaviour I'm after. If the URL is invalid I want an exception to be thrown. Even the statusDescription of the response says "OK". Does anyone know how I can get around this? BTW it's in C#.

Thanks
 

A:Solved: Check if URL exists

Have a browse around MSDN C# function reference, I'm sure you'll find a function that will return the IP address of an URL or similar info that you can use to test the URL prior to your problem call.

Slainte

midders
 

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Lately from my home pc i havent been able to access www.ebaumsworld.com for a while i thought it was don then the other day at school i tried to access it and it worked i got home and tried it and it still wont load what could be the problem?? I am running ie6 pack2 windows 2000.
 

A:[Solved] Cant visit site i know exists

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Dear Tech Support Guy,

I have searched the internet and while I have found problems related to this, I had a hard time finding the exact same problem or a solution.

I installed a legitimate program which allows me to generate custom maps for a game I have Europa Universalis III. As you can see, there are three folders in the "Map Generator" folder.
However when I open the program and attempt to load a map I am able to view a folder which I can't view in Windows Explorer
I am able to use the program to load files from this invisible folder. It is very worrisome that I have a folder on my computer that Windows explorer will not show me. I am administrator and have set myself as the owner of the root folder and the "Saved" folder in question. Under properties->Security I am listed as having all access except "special permissions" which I can't select. Under permissions I am listed as having "Full Control".

Under the "Auditing" tab it states it is unable to display the current owner. When I attempt to take ownership I get the following error.
I assume this folder exists, how can I view it in Windows Explorer? I would like access to the files.
On another note how do I ensure that this doesn't happen again? Why does windows allow files to be stored on my computer but not make them visible even to an admin? How would I detect and delete such a folder? This folder conatins ~100Mb of information but Windows w... Read more

A:Solved: Cannot view a folder which I know exists

Using DOSBox I am able to confirm that the folder and the files exist. So I guess my question would now be how can I view folders which windows hides from adminstrators? In DOSBox I also noticed that there were other windows folders which do not show up in windows explorer. I assume these are part of the backup system.

Thanks,
Andrew
 

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Hi,

I have a network of approx 10 computers all running under 1 named workgroup... The problem is that I've had to format one of the computers and re configure it on d network ... on each startup i rcv an error msg 'Duplicate name exists on the network'...although internet sharing works fine i cannot view other workgroup computers.

tried changing the pc name from user account in control panel and also by right clicking on properties on my computer & changing the full computer name but to no avail..

Running win xp pro sp2 / p4 1.8ghz / 256ram

As some of the other computers are running win 98 could it be that maybe they are keeping an alias of the previous pc configuration on the network?

thks
 

A:Solved: Duplicate Name Exists on the network...

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Hey,

Does anyone know what the command is to scheck to see if a perticular table exists in my Db or not?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks!
 

A:Solved: Check if table exists?

ignore question. PROBLEM SOLVED
 

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I had a Linksys wrt54gs that died. I bought a Linksys E1000 and set it up the same way I had the other one set up. I have a wireless Laptop with XP Pro. 2 desktops, XP Pro, wired to the router through an Ethernet switch and a wireless desktop with Win 7 Pro. When I start up any of the computers, except for the one with Win 7, I get a "Windows - System Error Duplicate name exists on Network". I have checked and all 5 have unique names. I ran IPConfig/all and they all show unique IP addresses. Anyone have any ideas.
 

A:Solved: Duplicate name exists on network

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Hi i wanna check if drive E:\ exists, and by exist i don't mean if there is anything in there but just that if the drive letter is taken or not, using a batch file. Please help, thanks
 

A:Solved: Check if removavle media exists

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Hello
I gave my laptop to a somebody to fix my blue screen of death and now I have this error message - when I start the system - Windows - System Error - A duplicate name exists on the network.
Please would somebody help me with this first and than I will ask for the blue screen of death, I already cleaned it all using the recovery DVD, but it did not help! I have Toshiba - Satellite M30X/M35X Series.
I do not know much about computer problems, but definitely can follow instructions
Thank you so much
Kate
 

A:Solved: Dupilcate name exists on the network - Windows System Error

right click on 'my computer', properties, computer name, click change and enter a different name for your computer, then restart.
 

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My girlfriend's laptop (Sony Vaio, # VGN-CS220D) recently had freezing problems, as mentioned here, and it was working alright for a few days, but it started freezing again. I was going through the driver updates for it available from Sony's site, but it would freeze up around every third driver that I installed. Both the regular Disc Scan and the bluescreen Disc Scan from the bootup/Safe Mode menu finished without finding any problems, but once we log in from the Vista User Login screen the desktop is a blank black field, and while the task bar is still along the bottom none of the shortcuts in it or in the Start Menu will do anything other than bring up a brief flash of a window before disappearing. This is true for standard start up and all Safe Modes... (The only difference being that the black field says "Safe Mode" in all four corners.)

I fear that the computer has met its demise, but if there is anything to be done, I'd love to hear it.

Cheers.
 

A:Solved: Vista Loads to a black desktop; Start Menu exists, but nothing inside works

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Huh? What does this message upon startup mean? Do I need to fix something?

Bill

A:[SOLVED] "A duplicate name exists on the network"

Do you have a network with multiple computers (perhaps in a home with more than one computer, all connected to the same router for internet access)? The message means that at least two of them have been named the same. Go to control panel, double click system, go to computer name tab and look at the full computer name field. Make sure each computer has a different name in this field. If you find two with the same name, hit change on this screen on one of them and give it a different name. You have to reboot for the change to take effect.

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Hi,

I have a 2003 SBS machine and have various clients connected through exchange to get mail. Users typically leave outlook running the whole day while they work on programs such as access/excel.

I have noticed that on some machines excel and word docs open very quickly over the network until outlook is left open and connected to exchanged. we are opening the files on a variety of win 2003 servers, however when they have their outlook exchange account connected I have seen the docs take anywhere from 3-5x the normal amount of time to open.

I have also noticed that opening email attachments such as xls and doc are also very slow while connected to exchange, but it seems to vary from file to file, some seem better than others.

does the connection to exchange complicate the process of opening docs on remote machines or does it sound like I have a misconfiguration somewhere? I would like to get the performance of opening a file (say a xls) on a network share to be the same as it is when outlook is not connected to exchange.

I do not have these PCs running in offline or cached mode as we have a shared calendar that does not display correctly when I enabled these features. Clients are running office 2003,2007,2010. Turning on cached mode does not seem to make much if any of a difference btw.

Thanks for any insight you may have
 

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My MS Office files have generic icons, and when I open them, Windows asks me which program to use. Office 2010 isn't even on the list. A trial version of Office 2007 came with my laptop. I downloaded the Office 2010 beta, then uninstalled 2007. Since I uninstalled the old Office, all my Office files are no longer associated with Office, and there seems to be no way to remarry them. Office 2010 (beta) doesn't appear in the default programs control panel. The only way I can open those files is to open Word/Excel/etc, and File>Open. I feel like this should be simple. Any ideas?
 

A:Solved: Cannot associate Office 2010 (beta) with Office file types

Did you uninstall 2007 after you installed 2010?
If so you messed things up and you need to do a repair. Open Word, then the Office button, and then Word Options.
There on the Resources area, run diagnostics and do a repair.
 

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I'm running Windows 7 on my new computer, which came with a trial version of Office 2010. Rather than buy the full version when the trial expired, I installed the Office 2003 I had on my old -- now dead -- computer. I now find that I can't open the Word and Excel files I created with the 2010 version. Is there a 'cloud' site where I could send the 2010 files and have them returned to me as standard .xls and .doc files? Or is there a free converter available for download?
 

A:Solved: How can I open Office 2010 documents on a computer that has only Office 2003?

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For those still using Legacy Office (97-2003) on Windows 7, any time you try to activate the animated Office Assistant, you receive a message that "The Office Assistant Requires Microsoft Agent 2.0 or better. The product is available in the Office System Pack." Read the following before installing:

1.) MS removed the MS Agent, which controls the Office Assistant on Windows 7 and above. The Hot Fix below, is contained in a zip file which restores the Office Assistant functionality to legacy Office users on Windows 7. The following link below will show you how to download the instructions to get the Hot Fix back. Note, if you are running Windows XP or below, you already have this installed and need not run it. See the separate Help documentation in MS Office, if your Office Assistant fails to appear in Windows XP or below.

2.) Furthermore, this fix is for Windows 7 only! Not Windows 8, Windows 8.1, or the Windows 10 Preview. You also will need to make sure you know the correct version of Windows 7 on your computer For example 32 or 64 bit. MS should sense the version of Windows 7 you are running, when they email you the instructions for downloading the Hotfix.

3.) The instructions say that this Fix only restores Merlin the Wizard, but it gave me "Clippy" which is the default Office 97-2003 animation.

4.) I was not able to get the Zip file to extract in the C directory or able to find the default file location the first time. But by clicking "Browse&... Read more

A:Solved: Solution for Loss of MS Office Assistant in Windows 7 (MS Office 97-2003)

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Hello - I own multi-user version of Microsoft Office 2007 Pro and in May 2012 purchased a new ASUS A54C-TS91 laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium and Office 2010 Starter Edition. I need Powerpoint and Outlook in addition to Excel and WORD. I tried to install the entire app. assuming certain "limited" components of 2010 would be overwritten with the "better"/more robust 2007 - however, while it appears Office 2007 Pro loaded properly and is shown in Control Panel with proper date as installed, there is no file size listed...... I have read several similar posts but wanted to provide specific details for my situation. Anyone have a similar issue - what is best solution? (i am a newbie to the group, so hope I didn't make a faux pas in relating my story). Any guidance is welcomed and appreciated. Minky
 

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Can anyone tell me how to re-install Microsoft Office? I've just had to do a complete re-install of Windows XP Media Center 2005 Edition (as a parallel, repair function was not working on the original version) after a blue screen error nightmare followed by issues with the keyboard and mouse not being recognized. Those issues are now resolved and I was able to keep my data. I see everything in the system has been restored except Microsoft Office 2007. I can see the files but cannot access the actual program. My word and excel files are there but I cannot open them without the program. I do have the Application and Drivers & Utilities CD's (DELL Dimension E520). Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Karen

A:[SOLVED] Need to re-install MS Office 2007 in Windows XP - (actually Office 2003)

You need the Office 2007 installation cd . . If it came with the PC, Dell should have included it in the package of cd's with the system

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I do not like the Microsoft Office 2007 and want to go back to my old Office and Outlook Express (don't like the new Outlook mail program either). Can I do this?
 

A:Solved: Office 2007 back to Office 2004

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I have Excel 2000 installed, but need to install Excel 2007 also. Is it possible for me to have both of them installed, but keep 2000 as my default?
 

A:Solved: Install Office 2007 with Office 2000

I followed the instructions here and it workred:

http://msgroups.net/microsoft.public.excel.misc/Change-default-to-Excel-2000-when-2007-installed
 

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I plan on buying Office 10 in a few weeks (from my college's store, since I get a nifty discount), however my Toshiba laptop has a pre-loaded trial version of Office 07. I have not put in the trial product key yet, so I haven't activated the trial yet (but I have used Word 07 a couple times, but cancelling out of the product key screen).

What would I do to install Office 10? Do I remove Office 07? Would, after installing Office 10, i'd still get the Office 07 nag inside of Office 10? What do I do?

If I decide to install OpenOffice.org instead, do I then uninstall Office 07? Would my .doc files (from another computer and never opened with Office 07) still look for Office or would they open immediately in OpenOffice.org? Same question if I install Office 10?

How would one go about removing this un-activated trial version of Office 07?

PS: If my college's store has Office 07 instead and since I never activated the trial, how would I go about installing that?
 

A:Solved: Installing Office 10 with an Office 07 Trial Installed

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Hello
I currently have Office 2003 Student full version installed on my computer. I have received Office Professional Plus 2007 Student media version. Do I need to uninstall Version 2003 prior to installing 2007 or will installation of version 2007 automatically uninstall version 2003. Does all the information in my .pst file convert as necessary for use in Outlook 2007. There are two discs, one called "Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007" and the other one called "Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007 (Microsoft Office Communicator 2007". I'm guessing that the disk with the shorter title "Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007" would be the correct one to install. What is the second disk with Communicator? My system is Windows XP SP2, AMD Athlon 64X2 Dual Core Processor, 3800+ 1.99 Ghz 2GB Ram.
Thanks
Steve Rehmann
 

A:Solved: Installing Office 2007 over Office 2003??

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Can anybody out there help- I have a number of documents saved in binders on Office 97. I've now switched to Office 2000 [which appears not to 'do' binders] and can't figure out how to read them - they come out in gobbledegook. Advice Please.
 

A:(Solved) Read Office 97 docs in Office 2000

Office 2000 does have binder. Look for it under Microsoft Office Tools. Perhaps you did not install it?

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~dreamboat~
Brainbench MVP for Microsoft Word
Brainbench
 

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I have used Open Office for years with no problems. It's easy to save as a Word document. I bought a new new computer wrote several items, saved in OO. This computer doesn't have Word installed so I installed Office Start (not knowing the difference). Now every OO document on my desktop is taken over by Word - literally with a big W. I can't open it unless I agree to a long list of rules, including personalized ads, which I don't want.

I'm not very computer savvy and don't know if I should uninstall Office Starter.

Please advise.
 

A:Solved: Conflict between Open Office and Office Starter

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Hi all.
Is it possible to run MS Office 2003 and MS office 2007 on the same machine.
I teach I.T. and many of my students, as well as the school computer labs have office 2003. For this reason I need 2003 on my machine.
That said I also am seen as the computer guru by fellow collegues, so often find myself sorting out their computer problems or giving advice on how to merge tables in word or create mark shedules in excel. Many of them have 2007, which is very different. Thus running 2007 seems like a good idea.
So is it possible to have both versions running on the same machine?
At this point I am using windows XP - tablet edition.
 

A:Solved: Run Office 2003 and office 2007 on the same machine?

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After installing and updating Office 2007 application for Vista 32 bit, upon opening Outlook, I continue to get an error message about repairing the pst.exe file. I know how to do the repair, however, I cannot locate the .pst file as Outlook will not open. A simple search does not locate the file, and the file is not residing where is should reside.

Thanks!

Jo
 

A:Solved: Office 2007 Office .pst file issue!

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Hi, I just made an account here because I rather desperately need help, as I think I did something incredibly stupid.

My Mozilla Firefox has been giving me trouble for a while - it consistently crashed whenever I tried to select something from a drop-down menu on a certain page. Finally I decided to re-install it...and I thought I should un-install it first. Because I thought I still had Internet Explorer also on my computer; I did download it a while ago. Well, there's no trace of it to be found.

It didn't take me long to realize what I had done, so I quickly did a system restore to just yesterday. Mozilla Firefox is back as an icon and as a listed program - but when I double-click it, the hourglass appears only briefly next to my arrow for a moment, then disappears, and nothing loads.

I've tried to get the internet to open in a bunch of different ways, clicking links in my mailbox and using the Gmail symbol in my toolbar to "go to inbox," but nothing works. I know the internet's working because I can load my IM programs and talk to people.

So I just have no idea how to get the internet back on your computer when you don't have any sort of browser to begin with. I'm afraid I'm going to have to do something drastic like re-install Windows (and what's the consequences of that? Will it affect what's on my hard drive?).

So please, help will be vastly appreciated.
 

A:Solved: How to re-install browser when no browser exists...

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I just purchased a Win 8 laptop (HP Pavilion Notebook PC) for $400, after returning a Surface Pro 2 (total cost $1500 +).
The Surface Pro 2 with touch screen was a nightmare to use.
The HP has a no-touch screen and I like that.

I want to keep up with the technology so that is the reason for the new HP unit.
I have Office 2003 on the XP and I am aware that it most likely will not perform on the Win 8 device.
So, do I buy Office 2010 and will it work the same way, allowing me to store all my emails on the hard drive?
Or, does the new Office 2010 or 2013 store that info on a remote server (cloud)?

Additionally, is there a way to emulate Windows Xp on the
new computer, not that itís a major requirement, just curious?
 

A:Solved: Will OFFICE on WIN 8.1 work like Office 2003?

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A friend of my wife's has 'consulted' me about something I know nothing about (now that's unusual since I keep telling people I know everything!).

Her computer is nearly as old as mine and is a Dell with 98SE, PentiumIII, 128MB RAM and 12GB HDD (nearly 10GB free space). It is mostly used for word processing and emailing but not for serious surfing.

It currently has Office 97 which includes Word (or is it the other way round?) Her employer has offered to upgrade her in stages to Office 2000 and then 2003, so that she can do more work from home.

What she wants to know is whether the newer programs can be installed without first uninstalling 97 and risking the loss of the documents she has created with 97 (and with the MS Graphics program),which are currently stored in My Documents. I thought it would be OK but don't actually know, hence this post.

She has plenty of HD space but I wonder if the other system requirements of the newer programs would make the upgrade difficult or even impossible.
 

A:Solved: MS Office 97-Upgrade to Office 2000/3?

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Does anyone know if I can upgrade MS Office XP to 2003? If I can I just buy the MS Office 2003 Upgrade software or do I have to buy something else? I currently have Windows XP as my operating system if that helps!
Thanks
 

A:Solved: MS Office XP upgrade to MS Office 2003

You should be able to purchase an upgrade to Office 2003, as long as you have a qualifying program in your computer. Once you have upgraded, don't get rid of the older program! You'll never be able to do an uninstall/reinstall without the qualifying program (which I found out to my disgust and chagrin).
 

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My wife recently had a new hard drive installed, so while I was rebuilding her system, I thought I'd install her Office XP disk, rather than the previously used Office '97, it seemed to make sense as she is running XP Home.

The install went OK, but I couldn't find any sign of the Office Toolbar. I tried to do another install, where it gave me the option to add new stuff, and I did manage to load what appeared to be, what I was looking for.

Now she has a folder within the office area, that contains all the Shortcut Bar items, but no apparent way to convert them into a toolbar. I'm obviously missing something, so if anyone knows what it is, I'd be very grateful.

Regards,
Chris
 

A:Solved: Office XP - Trouble getting an Office Toolbar

The Office Shortcut Bar is not available in Microsoft Office 2003. However, you can use the Windows XP Start menu or the Windows Quick Launch bar in Windows XP or Windows 2000 to quickly open an Office program, file, or folder.

Click to expand...

heres a link to try and get something like it to work
never tried myself
http://www.lboro.ac.uk/computing/desktop/xp/office-toolbar.html
 

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Okay so maybe you can install Office 2000 and Office 97 using different directories. I do beleive this. BUT what I did was install Office 2000 .. removing Office 97 before I realized that I would need at least ACCESS 97 for a existing shared database. So I tried to install ACCESS 97 (using a different Drives 97 on C and 2000 on D) but after install and trying to run .. I get a message saying it could not start because it did not have the license for it on the machine.
I have gone so far as to completely uninstall both versions and reinstall Office 97 only but get same message. I also used Fix-It Utilities 99 to clean up the registry. But I am still coming up with this problem .. no licenses found for Access 97.

Any help here guys??

 

A:[SOLVED] Office 97 Pro and Office 2000 Premium together

Go here:

Technet

Leave the product as "All MS products" and enter this in the question:

Q141373

You should get two responses, select the first.

[This message has been edited by Dreamboat (edited 04-21-2000).]
 

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Here's the problem. I work for a school district and we have been using Office XP 2002 for years (and years and years ). We are going to be adding Office 2010. I was told they don't want to have just 2010 because some of the teachers that are set in their ways won't use it. I installed 2010 on my computer and also have 2002. When I try to open an Excel spreadsheet in a shared document it always opens in 2010. I even did "open with" and pointed it back to the Office 10 folder which contains Office 2002 and found the Excel exe. but it still opened in 2010 version. Same with Word and PowerPoint.
Personally I think we should just put 2010 on and give some workshops, but they aren't going to do that. Has anyone else ran into this? Is there a solution?
Thanks for any info you can give me!
 

A:Solved: using Office 2010 AND Office 2002

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A few days ago, I purchased a new Toshiba Satellite laptop with 4 gig of memory and a 500 gig HDD and running Windows 7 and Office 2007 Enterprise. I am a consulting contractor working on a project for a company that has Windows XP and Office XP on all their machines. I have to be able to work in the XP environment to accomplish my tasks. Can Office XP be put on my laptop along with Office 2007? And if so, what steps do I have to take to do that?
 

A:Solved: Can Office 2007 and Office xp be put on the same computer?

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I have Microsoft Works docs saved on my new PC (copied from old PC via flash drive). My new PC (OS Windows 7) does not have MS Works so I downloaded Open Office to use as my word processor. My question-how can I transfer the MS Works docs from their location on my PC into the Open Office software.

Any input appreciated.
 

A:Solved: Open Office software-how do I transfer MS works docs into Open Office applica

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Does C:\Users\UpdatusUser\AppData\LocalLow even exist in the current version of Windows 10?

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Hello. I have some .xls files on a cd which I could open fine until yesterday. The files were created on my Acer Aspire 5732Z (Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium system x64 - based pc) using Microsoft Office Excel 97-2003.

Yesterday, I opened the cd on a different laptop (Acer Aspire 5733 64 bit operating system - windows 7 home premium, service pack 1). This laptop opened the files using Microsoft Excel starter 2010. I saved the files back to my cd when I'd finished, then safely ejected the CD using the correct method.

Now when I insert the CD into either pc, it show the CD drive but there are no visible files, so I can't open anything. I tried the error checking tool, but it can't check for errors as it says "windows cannot access the disk".

Can anyone help me open the files please? I have all the files backed up elsewhere, except for the two I worked on yesterday, but I really don't want to have to type them up again unless I absolutely have to as it will take me many hours. Any help would really be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
 

A:Solved: Cannot access Office excel 97-2003 .xls files after opening in Office Excel S

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Hello,

When I try to open a 2007 Word or Excel document I recieve as an attachment in Outlook 2003, I get the following message:
"This action is only valid for products that are currently installed". Office 2007 compatibility pack was installed and it still did not work.

I then uninstalled Office 2003, uninstalled the Office 2007 compatibility pack and then I ran CCleaner to clean up the registry. I updated my OS (currently has Windows XP SP3) with all updates, reinstalled Office 2003, installed Office 2003 SP 3 and then reinstalled the Office 2007 compatibility pack.

I still get the same message when I try to open an Office 2007 attachment in Outlook 2003.

OS is Windows XP SP3 fully updated
Office 2003 SP 3 fully updated

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance for any hel on this issue.

Feral Geek
 

A:Solved: Cannot open Office 2007 documents even with Office 2007 compatibility pack in

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Hello everyone,

So here goes the story. I had a couple of school files I needed to put into a CD-R. I inserted the CD-R into the drive and attempted to burn these files onto the CD.

I didn't know that the CD-R already had files on it. The School files were finished burning but when I opened up the CD I could only see the previous files that were on there.

The previous files that were on the CD before the school files were just random video clips, all in the avi. format. Now half of the files on the CD are still fine, they play normally on Windows Media Player. The other half of the files didn't seem to work.

I believed it was a common CD recovery issue so I attempted to recover the lost files, little did I know the files weren't even real avi. files. Here is the part that confuses me. The files that are not playable that come out to say "File Format not supported" do take up space. Some take up 1.6 mb, some take up 700 kb. It confuses me because the files take up space and claim to files yet they do not play.

When I tried using programs to fix the files it said the files were not even true avi. files. They still take up space though. As I looked farther into this problem I came to realize that the hex of the corrupted files seem to be quite different then the actual files that do work.
The good ones had "RIFF LIST or something like that" but the bad ones just had aslasga5s4f6asf15a1f... you know what I mean.

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I have a Dell Inspiron B120 laptop, and the motherboard CPU socket says that it is socket 479, not 478, mPGA. (The motherboard itself is the "Intel Celeron M 360". I'm hoping that dell didn't make a motherboard that only worked with the processor it came with to lock you in, but I wouldn't be surprised. I was trying to upgrade my laptop, and found places to buy things like ram and hard drives, but for the life of me, couldn't find another CPU in existence that used that socket. Anyone know of anything? Thanks,
pyr0
 

A:Is there another processor that exists?

I heard a lot of dell hardware is proprietary, but I'm not sure.
 

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i am working on a visual basic project and i have the following problem. i use a textbox were users enter their email address. i want to check whether the @ symbol exists in the textbox.
how can this be done?
 

A:check whether the @ exists

ever heard of Google?
Try "visual basic check for valid email"
 

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Running Windows XP, Service Pack 3.

Trouble started three weeks with Live Care crashing system. Finally got everything running last night after a two day battle to install IE7. However, in the process User Accounts were damaged.

After reinstalling Windows XP and all software except IE7, everything worked fine. Had three accounts: Admin, and two limited accounts. pw protected. After IE install and lots of talk with MS tech support, only Admin appears on log in screen. Tried to create the two accounts since all data existed in C:/documents and settings, but error message is that account already exists. Created two new accounts with new names, transferred data, all is ok.

However, I would like to return to the old account names, so I changed login procedures to require typing in Account Name, which worked for the "lost accounts" so the profiles and data must be OK.

Is there any way to restore these original account names??

help!

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Caught the MS Antivirus on 25.08.2008.

Today I ran the instructions published 21.08.2008 by "Grinler".

I am stuck with MSA.exe file which causes that the MS Antivirus pops up again when I restart.

What to do?????????

Regards,
Lizzi

A:Ms Antivirus - Msa.exe Still Exists

Hello would you post the scan log please. If neede I've included the tool's instructions.Please download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and save it to your desktop.alternate download link 1alternate download link 2Make sure you are connected to the Internet.Double-click on mbam-setup.exe to install the application.When the installation begins, follow the prompts and do not make any changes to default settings.When installation has finished, make sure you leave both of these checked:Update Malwarebytes' Anti-MalwareLaunch Malwarebytes' Anti-MalwareThen click Finish.MBAM will automatically start and you will be asked to update the program before performing a scan. If an update is found, the program will automatically update itself. Press the OK button to close that box and continue. If you encounter any problems while downloading the updates, manually download them from here and just double-click on mbam-rules.exe to install.On the Scanner tab:Make sure the "Perform Quick Scan" option is selected.Then click on the Scan button.If asked to select the drives to scan, leave all the drives selected and click on the Start Scan button. The scan will begin and "Scan in progress" will show at the top. It may take some time to complete so please be patient.When the scan is finished, a message box will say "The scan completed successfully. Click 'Show Results' to display all objects found".Click OK to close the message box and continue with... Read more

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Hi, My network adapter is named Local area connection 6 for unknown reasons

I tried renaming it to Local area connection 1-5, but all were failed
I tried hidden driver remover but still no use.
Here is a screenshot of network drivers in device manager.

Any help please? thanks in advance!

A:A connection with a name you specified already exists!

Never mind, I used Registry Editor to Delete all the other spammy connections.

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when i try to open nero i get a screen message saying
need windows WNASP132.LL
COULD NOT OPEN DRIVER
and the software will not open to do my CD BURNING
 

A:no driver exists

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