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Could Have sorted Office 2003 SP Probelm

Postby Branford Arms » Mon, 02 Aug 2004 23:58:42 GMT

So Simple Yet Unbeliveable, If you have probelms 
installing the SP1. just make sure you have no Office Web 
Compoments Programs in your ADD/Remove.
We had Trouble did all the usaul install uninstall, then 
we notice the PCs we were having trouble with had web 
components installed we took them out. BINGO service went 
in like a treat, no probelms when rechecked with office 
web site & the admin setup siad update already installed.
all sorted & back to normal.

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