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I have a problem with the installation of Microsoft Office XP with Front Page. It is trying to install itself but 1706 error appears, but I don't have the installation CD-ROM. To say the true, I do not need this Microsoft Office as I have Microsoft Word and I am satisfied with this. I tried to uninstall the M.Office through the Control Panel, but it states me that the system administrator has set policies on it. So now I can't open any of my documents created in Word (all my docs are in Word!), as immediately the M.Office is trying to install itself and fails with the error 1706. Help me please to solf this problem. Thank you
Solution from Microsoft....
This problem is due to the choice of the option 'Install on first use' or due to an update of Microsoft Office (for Windows Update for example).
To remedy this, simply insert the disk for Microsoft Office version installed, or specify the location of files on the hard drive.
An alternative is to click Start, Control Panel, Add / Remove Programs.
Select Microsoft Office XP Professional with frontpage and click on Modify/ Continue, Select add/remove components, and then next.
Then the components to be installed appear, simply click update.
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