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  • 1. Is Office SPII necessary & can it be installed on d:(win|xp on c:
    I just reformatted my computer and partitioned the hard drive into two parts. C: is 10GB and D: is 70GB (less formatting). I am using Office 2003 Pro and have a few questions. First are SPII and accompanying updates necessary for good function of Office. Second, I only have 2.14GB on C: and wonder if needed updates can be put on D: (Office is on D:). Any suggestions and help are appreciated. Thanks.
  • 2. Updates FAILING to Load for Office 2003
    Running: WinXP Pro SP2 Office Professional Ed. 2003 (11.6568.6568) SP2 - No elements of Office running at time of install attemps. I am having problems with the most recent group of Office updates failing. Since I got notified (icon in tray) yesterday, I have attempted to load no less than seven (7) times with same results: The following updates were not installed: Security Update for Publisher 2003 (KB894542) Security Update for Excel 2003 (KB918419) Security Update for PowerPoint 2003 (KB916518) Security Update for Office 2003 (KB914455) Update for Outlook 2003 (KB913807) Security Update for Office 2003 (KB921566) Security Update for Word 2003 (KB917334) This is well past frustrating, does anyone have any suggestions, or is this a known issue that Microsoft is working? MJ
  • 3. Why can't I get Service Pak 2 to install successfully
    I have tried several times to install Service Pak 2 and I always get a message that it did not install sucessfully. I also get an error message when trying to update when shutting down. It says, "The instruction at 0x745f2780 referenced memory at 0x00000000. The memory could not be read." HELP!!
  • 4. When will there be a more current release than 2003?
    When will there be a more current release than 2003? I have an opportunity to buy Office 2003, but I've heard that 2007 is due out soon.

Re: MS Office Update - SP2 serious flaw / web site offers no suppo

Postby c2hlcnls » Wed, 21 Dec 2005 17:21:02 GMT

For Greg:

I too, like many others I'm sure, have had the same problem. I've downloaded 
the update KB907417, and while it does download, it fails to install, and I 
get the message "the update cannot be applied". No reason, just that. The 
update is a "Full File" too

Not to mention that the Office SP2 update won't install either. Plus it 
takes longer to shut down, because my PC is saying "installing update 1 of 
1"before it does.

What's worse - even the techincal people at Dell (who installed the Office 
Pro program), can't figure it out either.

I don't feel I should pay $50 for a program that's not quite 6 months old, 
and it's not even updating like it should.

I may add that I have Ad-Aware and McAfee programs, which i check things on 
a regualr basis - no viruses as of yet.

Finally, I've posted this question on this forum site numerous times, and 
I've YET to get a straight answer. Or ANY answer for that matter.

Is my office pro 2003 SP 2 a lemon? My PC's almost 6 months old. All my 
other programs work great. 

So you're not alone.

Re: MS Office Update - SP2 serious flaw / web site offers no suppo

Postby c2hlcnls » Wed, 21 Dec 2005 17:26:02 GMT

I meant $50 to get technical support for a product only 6 months old! I also 
have deleted cookies, temp files, etc.





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