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  • 1. Office 2003 sp3 update fails on Windows Small Business Server 2003
    I receive the following errors when attempting to update to Office 2003 service patch 3 on my Windows Small Business Server 2003. Event Log Message from SERVER01 at 12:10:16 PM Error Event 1023 in the Application log From MsiInstaller (User domain01\Administrator) ------------------------------ Product: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 - Update Office 2003 Service Pack 3 (SP3): MAINSP3 could not be installed. Error code 1603. Additional information is available in the log file C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\OfficeUpdate12\Temp\OU_MSI_519505_(00002).log. Event Log Message from SERVER01 at 12:10:14 PM Error Event 11731 in the Application log From MsiInstaller (User domain01\Administrator) ------------------------------ Product: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 -- Error 1731. The source installation package for the product Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 is out of sync with the client package. Try the installation again using a valid copy of the installation package OUTLS11.msi. Does anyone have any idea as to what the problem may be. I performed the same update on my Windows XP PC without a problem. Thanks Howard
  • 2. Updating elements of Office
    I have Office 2000 Professional installed, but would like to install Office 2003 S&T edition. Can I install Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook, but not lose Access 2000 or Publisher 20000? Thanks! -- Joanne Q. Reed
  • 3. Office 97 to WIndows XP or Vista
    Hi, I have a complex program written several years ago in Office 97, specifically it works in Excel 97, but it won't run on Windows XP or Vista. Is there a way to get it to run on XP or Vista without having to recode the whole program? Charlie
  • 4. 3 Scenarios - Getting Legal
    (Let's assume cancel still works here, and that BobB will never see the original buried in another thread. Pardon the repost.) I've been asked by friends for the generic method of "getting legal" with WGA and Office 03. These are the three variants: o One guy is using a revoked volume key for Office-kitchen-sink, whatever they call that. He has the OEM disk for Dell's 03 Standard, and only uses Excel and Word, so is willing to give up the illegal apps. Minimally invasive reinstall procedure? o Another, ditto, except his legal disk is install 2 of his Students/Teachers 03 (all he needs). o Another, ditto, except his 03 Pro is legal, but belongs to an old employer, who wants the disk back. He owns nothing, but will buy retail. Minimally invasive procedure, please? What to purchase to get Word, Excel, Outlook, Access? Don't need PP.
  • 5. Outlook 2007
    I got the Microsoft Office Diagnostic run and it told me that 2 versions of Outlook were on my laptop. I can't understand that, because I did uninstall Office 2003, all the files related to Office 2003 and the Keys registry . It is strange. Moreover, When I check The Add/Remove Panel, there is only one Office 2007 installed, no Office 2003 listed and no Outlook 2003. Moreover, in the historic panel of installed updates, I can see Sp3 for Office 2003, though I completely did uninstall Office 2003, but in the installed Updates Panels, the Sp3 update is not shown!!! How to fix that? Thanks for replying. Ben

Upgrade from Office 2003 to 2007

Postby R2VubnkgU2FudG9z » Thu, 06 Dec 2007 21:38:05 GMT

I'm currently running a basic version of Office 2003 - it doesn't have 
Powerpoint.  Can I use an update version of Office 2007 to get Powerpoint or 
do I need to buy the full version?

Re: Upgrade from Office 2003 to 2007

Postby Bob Buckland ?:-) » Fri, 07 Dec 2007 00:51:26 GMT

Hi Genny,

You can order an Office 2007 upgrade version of your choice.
   http://www.**--****.com/ 

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I'm currently running a basic version of Office 2003 - it doesn't have
Powerpoint.  Can I use an update version of Office 2007 to get Powerpoint or do I need to buy the full version?>>
-- 

Bob  Buckland  ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP

  *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*



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