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Custom setting lost, after installation of Project 2003

Postby SmFuIE5lZGVyZ2FhcmQgSmVuc2Vu » Tue, 24 Jan 2006 17:42:03 GMT

I have at network installation of Office 2003 Pro, where I have made som 
custom change to, with Office 2003 Custom installation wizard

After installation of Project 2003, and restart, all my custom changes to 
word, outlook..., are reset to default settting.

Is it posisibly to keep the Office 2003 setting, after the installation of 
Project 2003 ?


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