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    Every time I try to run a Microsoft Office program, a window pops up telling me to insert the office cd and click okay to continue. First, I'm at college and don't have the cd. Second, why should I have to? I've already installed office and all its components, so why is this window countinually popping up?
  • 2. forcing office apps to save to network drive
    Anyone know how to prevent office from allowing users to save to local drive. Maybe some sort of office group policy template? Thanks, -- cb
  • 3. The Serbian letter is in Cyrillic.
    The orriginal Serbian letter is Cyrillic. The fact that we do know and use Latin as a letter is only our advantage, but not your's. I suggest that you make office reachable in Serbian Cyrillic, because it will make your software much more usefull for persons who don't know English. It's just a suggestion, but it's up to you to decide. Sincerley.
  • 4. LIS Tool
    I had Office 2003 installed and working, however I made my C-drive a slave and my new hard drive the master. The Office 2003 is now on the D-drive, and it won't run from there. I need to move it to the new C-drive. I downloaded the LIS Tool from MS to accomplish this, but after the extraction when I try and run the application I get this: Installation Error 0x80070002 "Contact Microsoft" Does anybody have any ideas? I can find nothing on this in the knowledge base. Thank you for any ideas...
  • 5. Custom Header with page numbers in Word 2003
    I need to know how to make my page numbers in my header customizable... example: instead of having "page 1", "page 2" I would like something like "Lastname 1, lastname 2, etc.... anyone know the quick and easy way to do this? thanks in advance! Jazz Mann

Which better - Windows Live Admin Center or Office Live Small Busi

Postby Um9uYWxkcw » Sat, 10 Apr 2010 17:44:01 GMT

Which better - Windows Live Admin Center or Office Live Small Business, if I 
want to switch from Google Apps with Go Daddy?
What is the difference between them? What services each of them are available?
What about security?
Do both use https all the sessions?
Currently I use Google Apps as an individual (not business) and also to use 
these services as an individual (not business).

Re: Which better - Windows Live Admin Center or Office Live Small Busi

Postby DL » Sat, 10 Apr 2010 23:50:20 GMT

Nothing to do with the group you have posted to

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