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It is not possible to update Ms office 2003 to Ms office2010 directly....
You need to uninstall the existing MS office 2003 and perform a clean install for Ms office 2007 or 2010
Anyhow you can update the service pack for Ms office 2003 online, which will add additional features for existing office package...
.odt files will not be opened by MS word as a default.
Most likely MS Word does not have the latest service pack.
For Windows 2003, download Office 2003 SP2 as a minimum (available from Microsoft) Download, Install and reboot computer if required. When PC starts, start up MS Word 2003 which will have SP2 installed. Locate the ODT file and then double click it. As SP2 for Office 2003 is installed (or MS Word 2003) The file will now open. The formatting might be a little off, but for the most part, all the text will be there and you'll be able to edit and make changes as you see fit.
If you want to convert office 2007 documents to Office 2003. Just open the Msoffice 2003 document in Msoffice 2007 program and click on save as and choose "save as type" and select "Ms office 2003 word document *.doc" and then click on save.You will get a copy of the 2007 document in word 2003 format.
I hope this is what you are looking for.
And if this link could not help you I suggest you to install some Utility softwares and remove the ofiice program by that kind of remover, these softwares could fix the problem, but I hope you do it wthout them, by the link above.
Cftmon.exe is normally a process installed by microsoft office to control the language bar. Here is definition: "The cftmon.exe process is a component used in MsOffice to perform
language related functions. It is closely tied to the 'Language Bar'
present in MsOffice, so if you use the Language Bar you should leave
this process running. If, on the other hand, you do not use the
language bar, you should terminate this process to free up system
cftmon.exe is an application that does NOT appear to be a security risk"
It remains on the computer even after you remove office. It is not a dangerous file, if you want to eliminate it you need to act on the registry with regedit, here are instructions.
Some spyware may rename itself cftmon.exe, to disguise as the office process. Use spybot if you think it can be a spyware hiding behind cftmon.