Question about Microsoft MapPoint 2004 North America Version (b21-00571) for PC
It then asks me to install the CD, which I dont have. Seems like it's looking for a missing file (data.msi). I also get an Error 1706. After clicking on Cancel two or three times, Power Point finally opens up.
I also found I somehow got a Dialer- Gen virus. Think this may have caused this problem. My Avast software has taken care of the virus but I still have this problem. Not sure if I should Unintall MapPoint or Office 2007 or both. Any suggestions??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Very simple fix. Now and then after an Adobe Acrobat update Office will disable Adobe Acrobat as it is an add on. All you need to do is re-enable Adobe Acrobat. In Office 2007 goto Word Options, Add-ons, and at the bottom of the page is Manage. Click on the down arrow and select Disabled Items and click on GO. Re-enable Acrobat and you should be fine. In Office 2003, goto Help and selects disabled macros and re-enabler Acrobat.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
SOURCE: MS Office 2007
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.
I hope this procedure works.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
In Microsoft Excel 97, on the Tools menu, click Options. Click the General tab. Clear the Ignore Other Applications checkbox, and click OK.
In Excel 2007, Click Office Button, Excel Options, Advanced.
Look for General.
Clear the Ignore Other Applications checkbox.
Now, as to why this was checked in the first place, ewan ko na!
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Do you know where your office folder is? If you do copy the outlook file to the desktop. It should be named outlook.pst unless you renamed it.
Create a new profile and it the claender works then the pst is corrupt. If it is corrupt then copy the original pst to the desktop and run scanpst on it. When it finds error fix it. You will not need to back it up because this is a backup on the desktop. Run scanpst till it stops finding errors. Then import it into your new profile. To find scanpst go to start and search. Go to files and folder. Then type scanpst.exe. Choose the one that looks like a broken envelope.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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