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  • 1. unable to uninstall updates
    Following installation of updates to Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 I am unable to access any Office programs. Any attempts to open programs, uninstall updates or install using the disc are met with a Windows Installer message that reads "Feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable" HELP PLEASE!!! -- Geoff
  • 2. copy paste
    i have similar table A , B and C on different sheets in the same work book. i want to copy all the tables and pase it on one new sheet so that A, B and C tables will be pasted one below another. pls let me know what are the possibilities for this proble? -- Saleem
  • 3. IE8
    Does any one have problem with this update to me it seems to be down grade instead upgrade. Please anyone
  • 4. Office 2003 and Windows 7
    I just got a new laptop with Windows 7 64 bit. Before I bought I was told that it would run Office 2003. Indeed, Office 2003 (SP3) seems to work fine, but I have noticed some long response times from Outlook. I checked with Dell whose Technical team say that Office 2003 won't run on W 7 64. As I seem to have no problems, does that mean that I haven't yet tested the limits of how well it will run? What is your experience? Second, as W7 seems to be incompatible with my scanner, and Ipswitch FTP, am I better advised to embrace W7 and pay for new apps and periphs, or to be a Luddite, delete W7 and load XP? Thanks. Mike

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Postby Bill » Mon, 15 Sep 2003 08:39:49 GMT

I am trying to install the Office XP update. After 
detecting the components I need, I click on the update 
button but then a window pops up telling me that I have an 
unsupported web browser. I currently have IE6 (128bit). I 
downloaded and installed Netscape 7.1 but this won't work 
either. The Office update site still tells me I am using 
an unsupported web browser.

Can anyone offer some advice to fix the problem? I am 
using Windows XP Pro.

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Postby Mike » Tue, 16 Sep 2003 23:27:19 GMT

I have Windows XP professional with IE 6.0 installed.  I 
am having a problem downloading updates for Office XP.  
When I go to the website and scan to see what Office 
Updates are needed, 4 updates are listed.  When I click 
on the "start installation", the window pops up where you 
would normally hit "accept" to the End-User License 
Agreement for Microsoft Software.  BUT, there isn't an 
accept button or a place where I can choose to accept 
this agreement.  However, the is an error on the top of 
that window that says; "Warning: You are viewing this 
page with an unsupported web browser.  This site works 
best with Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 or later or 
Netscape Navigator 6.0 or later"  Well, I have IE 6.0 and 
it still doesn't work.  How can this be fixed?  This same 
problem also occurs on a computer with Windows 98/Office 

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