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  • 1. Office disks and disks
    I'm running Office XP Pro 2003 and am trying to figure out exactly which of the following disks I need to keep in case the system ever crashes and I had to re-load Office from scratch. The disks I have are: Office XP Pro 2002 Office XP Pro 2002 media content Office XP Pro 2002 Service Pack 1 Office XP Pro 2003 Upgrade Do I need any more than the first and last disks (Office XP Pro 2002 and the 2003 upgrade)? Or is there some scenario under which I would need the others as well? Thanks in advance, T. Wise
  • 2. why do you need my disk when I download updates
    I downloaded 75 megs of udates, it installed for a while, then asked for a Works disk. I don't even use works so I skipped it instead of searching for my disks and is tells me that updating was unsuccessful. Why does it need my disks? What all does it get from the disk? Is it just to confirm that I am the owner of the software, or is it installing add-ins that I may not want. Thanks, Dave
  • 3. How do I resolve error 1635 when installing SP-3
    I manually downloaded Office XP SP-3, the full file download. I get an error in the Hotfix Installer log, error 1635. Any solutions?
  • 4. I am unable to attach documents on Outlook 2003 using Word as edi.
    I am unable to attach documents in Outlook 2003 with Word 2003 as my editor. Word sends back an error message saying "No such interface supported" (note, no period) after I installed SP1 on my machine, running XP SP2. Other machines in my office are having similar problems. Any ideas?

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?>>
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Bob  Buckland  ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP

  *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*



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