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  • 1. Upgrade to Office with Vista
    Just got a machine with Vista which has MS Works 9.0 installed. Want to upgrade to Office Prodessional 2007 from the discs I used to upgrade my old computer. Keep getting the message "Can't find upgradeable product". Saw a post about running KB943290_en-US to fix Works so it would be recognized, but that didn't work.
  • 2. File missing for update
    I am running Office2000 on WinXP SP-3 and wanted to install some upgrades starting with SR-1.After I ran the install a message came up telling me that I needed to insert the disk and find file Data1.msi.This file is not on the CD,only setup.exe and data2. Is there a fix for this? Reason is,I want to eventually install SP-3 and the security updates but can't until I resolve this issue. Any help will bw appreciated. Bob

Updated Website

Postby Ryan Asdourian [MSFT] » Fri, 25 Feb 2005 03:16:37 GMT

Recently we upgraded our site to include Full File patches as well as binary 
patches that were offered before.  We also have implemented numerous 
improvements to make your upgrade process as seamless as possible.  Let us 
know what you think of the new site.  The fact that the descriptions of 
patches are expandable.  The ability to hide installation pages so that you 
can download and install all needed updates with just one click or anything 
else you find new and useful.  We work very hard to make Office Update as 
painless as possible and we know that requiring original cds is often 
painful.  Adding full file support to the site will hopefully curb that. 
Keep giving us your feedback as it helps us create a better site for you. 
Thanks for all your support.

Working for you,
Ryan

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RE: Updated Website

Postby R29vc2UgW01TXQ » Thu, 07 Apr 2005 10:09:02 GMT

I think it rocks :-)





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