I have a HP p2015n, which is fairly new, im running windows vista business, with office 2007. All the other applictions print 1st time. However the print ivon in word needs clicking twice otherwise it goes into a que.
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Please do the following
1. Click on the computer folder with right mouse button.
2. Click on properties
3. Choose Hadware Tab then click on Device Manager button
4. Check wether the sound card driver is installed properlly or not if not isntall the softerware of sound card first.
The Microsoft Office Suites are designed to run on Vista. Many of the new improvements in the Suites are only available on Vista.
The problem is that Vista has not been proven yet as an operating system. But Microsoft has made it clear that it is going to stop supporting XP at some point in the future and is focusing all of the company's attention on improving Vista.
I had a similar problem. When I set up Vista I created an Administrator account, then set up my everyday user account. After hours of tweaking settings and re-installing printers, I realized that I could print from Office 2007 from my admin account but not from my user account. Of course, the error messages in no way indicated a permissions problem - they indicated I had a printer problem or a driver problem. Anyway, as a test, I granted my everyday account Admin status and now I can print fine. I had to sacrifice some security just to be able to do a simple thing like use the printer. Oh well, maybe "Windows 2057" will fix everything....
hi, yes you can install office 2003 while you already have office 2007. you just need to change the installation directory when you launch the setup for office 2003. change it into something apart from what office 2007 already is installed in.
so what you're trying to say is that you should be entitled to an upgrade to office 2007 if office 2003 doesn't work? i would maybe think so... but no solid answer for that one.