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Not able to access MS office

Whenever am opening the MS office application (Excel, Word) the system shows the error message Microsoft office Excel requires the file MSOINTL.DIL to run. Run setup again to assure proper installation.

could u pls help me in this?

thanks in advance.

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Murali.RM

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MSOINTL.DLL (Microsoft Office 2003 component) is a component from the software Microsoft Office 2003 version 11.0.0 by Microsoft Corporation. MSOINTL.DLL version 11.0.0 has a file size of 1,749,192 bytes, and is most commonly found under the directory "1033" with a creation date of August 26, 2004. This is not a known spyware, adware, or trojan component.Try this first Temporarily disable Anti-virus and spyware blockers.remember to turn off internet connection first!!
Insert Office 2007 install CD.
When the menu appears, select Repair.

If the issue remains after that, it may require a clean uninstall and reinstall. Remember that documents you create in Word or Excel are saved in a Documents folder within your profile and not in the program's directory within Program Files. or as you have already done a re-install,

try to download the missing file Please visit following link to download msointl.dll file on your computer:
http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles/M/MSOINTL.DLL/11.0.5516/download.html

you can also try to fix the error by visiting the following link:
http://processlist.com/info/msointl-3.html

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Hi,

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933347

Here is what you need. Just click the Link Above. Please Rate My Response! Thanks! 
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  • meann314 Dec 09, 2010

    your resolution won't resolve this issue. The KB article is only for older version of MS Office.

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