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When I try to open a Power Point Show in email, it starts to load, then displays ''setup controller error'' which, when I delete the error, plays the pictures without sound. What to do??? I am running Vista home basic on a Toshiba Satellite notebook. Thanks, John

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  • tedbear187 Mar 12, 2009

    While it is true that the preloaded Office 2007 is incomplete, both Power Point viewers-2003 and 2007- are stand alone functions. I have in stalled the complete Office 97, but the partial pre-loaded 2007 keeps taking it over and, of course, screws up that process, too. I have tried the extensive directions to delete all of the Office 2007 components, but without success. I guess I am out of ideas. Thanks.

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The mircosoft office is not complete, when u start it it looks for the rest of files that are in the cd when it doesnot find them it gives error but it open, you should reinstall the full version of microsoft office and u will have no problem.let me know if you need the cd.

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