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  • 1. Hyperlink to templates
    I have created a word document that is full of hyperlinks to templates, but when you go to the template via the hyperlink it opens it as a word document, how can i avoid this?
  • 2. Several office applications will not edit
    I have a problem. A person I am working with has had all Office applications lock-up so that when he tries to edit anything in Word, PowerPoint, or Excel, it comes up saying that it is a "read only file". It is doing this to hundreds of files (all part of a proposal that is due). Any ideas on what could be causing it and/or how to correct this?
  • 3. read-only document
    I have the following problem : I create a Word file on a WebDav folder (located in Linux RedHat server with IFS of Oracle 9i), when I open it in Internet Explorer from my computer (Windows XP + SP2, Word XP + SP2, Internet Explorer : 6 SP1), the file is open in Word (external application) and I can modify it and save it. When I open the same file from another computer (Windows XP + SP2, Word XP + SP2, IE : 6 SP1) in Internet Explorer, file is open in Word (external application) but it is marked as Read Only in title bar. If anyone has an idea or any informations how to get around the problem, let me know. Thanks
  • 4. getting office xp on my new computer
    I currently own a copy of office xp standard and have it installed on my pc, however tomorrow I will be picking up my new computer and wanted to get office xp installed on it. Is it possible to do so without buying a new copy. I also would like to keep office on my existing pc.
  • 5. Can't See what typing
    i have a problem in word and in outlook where it has just started happening, for no apparent reason, that i am getting a black bar across where i am typing so that i cant see what i have typed, when i save the document then go back to it i can see it. Have i done something to make this happen, or do ihave a problem

Install Office Xp without uninstalling OFFICE 2000 Premium

Postby Qm9iIFA » Thu, 16 Feb 2006 04:31:27 GMT

Can I install Office Xp without uninstalling OFFICE 2000 Premium?
Bob P

Re: Install Office Xp without uninstalling OFFICE 2000 Premium

Postby garfield-n-odie [MVP] » Thu, 16 Feb 2006 04:38:30 GMT

Mostly yes, but you can only have one version of Outlook 
installed.  See  http://www.**--****.com/ "How to 
run multiple versions of Office on one computer".

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