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Office Update thinks I have Office XP but I have 2000

Postby David G » Wed, 12 Nov 2003 00:13:04 GMT

When I click on Office Update, the options presented to me 
are for Office XP but I have 2000.  What should I do now?
David

Re: Office Update thinks I have Office XP but I have 2000

Postby Bob Buckland ?:-) » Wed, 12 Nov 2003 03:54:11 GMT

Hi David,

In Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel
do you have any 2002 series MS apps?  If so you may
have one or more standalone apps that are part of
the Office XP/2002 family of products.

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When I click on Office Update, the options presented to me
are for Office XP but I have 2000.  What should I do now?
David>>
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Re: Office Update thinks I have Office XP but I have 2000

Postby David G » Thu, 13 Nov 2003 05:08:42 GMT

Thank you Bob and you are exactly right.  I remembered 
that later but I have Publisher 2002 added to my Office 
2000 suite.  So how do I update now?
David


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