Tips before installing Office. Windows. 7 PC. Hi, this is both a an Office 2. Excel 2. 00. 3) question and a Windows 7 question; I hope I'm posting it in the right place. I would like advice before I install Office 2. Professional on my new Windows 7 Professional, 3. Dell Vostro laptop. The laptop comes with a trial version of Office 2.
Installing office 2003 on Windows 7 64x. Hello. I used a tip that I found on another web-site and copied the installation disk onto the hard disk. Installing Office 2000 on Terminal Server on a Windows Server 2003. not work properly on a Windows Terminal Server. To install Office on Terminal Server. En fait je voulais mettre le titre : Installation du Pack Office 2003 sous Windows 7 64bits. Si tu as la possibilité de changer cela, je t'en remercie d'avance. . on computers running Microsoft Office 2003. Office 2003 Tool: Local Installation Source Tool. Microsoft Windows Installer uses this local installation.
Help with MS Office 2003 Pro installation. I was installing office 2003 from cd on a windows 2000 and a window tells myself that does not find the file P3561404. How to install Office 2003 or Office XP on a computer. appears in the Open box of the Run Installation. Windows Server 2003.
I don't want that and would be happy to delete it. There is a potential side issue with that - - see below). If I ever change my mind, I can always buy it. Now, for me, the only crucial, killer app in MS Office 2. Excel; for the rest I'm happy to use Open Office equivalents. But I use Excel daily, often for mission- critical work purposes.
I want ZERO problems (or at least none in addtion to the usual Excel 2. A Google search reveals some folks have no problems at all running MSO 2. Excel 2. 00. 3. on a Windows 7 machine, while other report bugs, freezing, crashes etc. So I am wary. It would appear to me I have a few options (this is the part where I'd be happy for anyone to jump in and correct me): 1) Just install MSO 2. Uninstall MSO 2. 01. MSO 2. 00. 3. 3) Install MSO 2.
Windows 7's Virtual Windows XP mode. My machine has 4 GB of RAM, only up to 2. GB of which is available to XP mode, which is fine; additionally the folks at Dell say I can, if desired, routinely change the RAM available to XP mode to 2. GB max whenever I want to use XP mode, then change it back to something very low (say 5. Windows 7 mode)4) Uninstall MSO 2.
MSO 2. 00. 3 within Windows 7's Virtual Windows XP mode. Any thoughts? As for the side issue about uninstalling MSO 2. Q drive" called "Microsoft Office Click- to- Run 2. Protected)". This is how it arrived from Dell. It doesn't seem so easy to remove. When I click on it I get an "Access denied" message.
I tried to "take ownership" as administrator by right- clciking and attempting this through the Security tab, but no go; it just seems to be squatting there. Is it in fact removable / unistallable? I'm a bit confused as when I go into Control Panel to the Uninstall section I actually see three apparently relevant items: "MS Office 2.
MS Office Clcik- to- Run 2. MS Office 2. 01. 0 _English". I've not yet actually tried to uninstall any of them for fear of screwing something up. Any guidance here?
Sorry for so many sub- issues.. I'd be grateful for any advice.