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Want to Delete Microsoft Standard Edition 2003

I needed to restore my computer,just prior to doing so I removed Microsoft Standard Edition 2003, the restore didn't work so I put the computer back to the original date,but it cannot restore M.Office 20003 and keeps popping up saying it needs SKU112.Cab..How do I get this..

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    Do you have the original disks for the computer and I am assuming that it is a laptop.

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I found this solution in another forum.
Go to the bottom and follow instructions in the last answer and see if it works for you.
http://www.askmehelpdesk.com/spreadsheets/missing-sku112-cab-file-office-2003-a-21062.html
Good luck!

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