Installing MS Office Student 2007 with MS Office Student 2003


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Re: Installing MS Office Student 2007 with MS Office Student 2003

Postby Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] » Tue, 02 Jun 2009 05:19:01 GMT

Installing H&S 2007 will not touch any program that is not included in H&S 
2007, thus Outlook will remain untouched.  There is no confusion, registry 
or otherwise.

The only issue will be the use of Themes in Outlook mail.  Outlook must be 
the same version and installed from the same Office suite for themes to 

Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.
ALWAYS post your Outlook version.
How to ask a question:  http://www.**--****.com/ 

After furious head scratching, Daave asked:

|| MS Office for Home & Student 2007 does not include MS Outlook.
| OP is already aware MS Office for Home & Student 2007 does not include
| MS Outlook. That's why he posted the question. :-)
|| You should be able to install MS Office for Home & Student 2007 and
|| keep MS Outlook 2003 installed
| That's good to know. But I would intuitively think that would cause
| some registry confusion and other possible conflicts. But I
| admittedly have no experience and thus no clue. :-) Still, let's
| crosspost this puppy to the group you mentioned below:
| microsoft.public.outlook.general
|| but best to ask the question in an
|| Outlook-specific newsgroup for best advice:

|| [or]

|| PS: If you're using Windows Live Mail, why do you care?

||| Hi I just received MS Office for Home & Student 2007 and I already
||| have MS Office student 2003 installed. My question is will Outlook
||| 2003 be removed if I install MS Office 2007? 

Re: Installing MS Office Student 2007 with MS Office Student 2003

Postby Daave » Tue, 02 Jun 2009 06:23:30 GMT

Thanks for the info, Milly!

Re: Installing MS Office Student 2007 with MS Office Student 2003

Postby Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook] » Wed, 03 Jun 2009 00:33:20 GMT

Also they will not be able to use Word as the mail editor, there may be issues 
with spelling and grammar checking, and mail merge could have problems.
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook] 

Re: Installing MS Office Student 2007 with MS Office Student 2003

Postby PA Bear [MS MVP] » Wed, 03 Jun 2009 01:24:19 GMT

[Our OP here is MIA & hasn't been seen since 30 May.]

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