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Microsoft edition 2003 could not be located in drive

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When you install MS Office 2003, you need to choose custom installation and click the gray boxes that show up next to each element like Word, Excel...etc. three options will show, choose install to my hard drive, the gray box will change to white. do that to all applications that you want on the hard drive.

i hope this is the issue, if not please let me know :)

good luck

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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