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Check the folder name & location of the directory at the end of the error message string, then check to see if that directory actually exists and if you (logged in user) actually have full read/write privileges to that directory.
I'd say, offhand, that you are looking in the wrong place for the stuff you downloaded. Otherwise, Windows would try to open it and if it couldn't, you'd get an error message. Try this: What I always suggest to my clients is to create a directory called something like "download" under the root directory (e.g. c:\download) Save your files to that directory. The system should remember this and always save there. Now all you have to do it go to that directory and you'll be able to see the files and run them.
If D drive is a cd/dvd then the issue is a format issue as those media have length and path constraints. If this is a secondary hard drive then right click on the drive icon in My Computer to see the Properties. Post back after you do thiswith the directory name and I will help you determine the problem or if there is a real problem as some directories create by Windows are for system use. You can rename the directory if it is a hard drive but please post what it is before you do that. Steve Medley
First uninstall the MS Office 2007 on your system, then go to the target folder directory where you just installed the Office2007, its usually under PROGRAM FILES folder, and locate the right folder (usually named as "Microsoft Office") and DELETE manually this folder.
Second, restart your computer, then try to re-install the Office 2007 again.