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Loading office 2007

I keep getting errors when I try to load office 2007. the error says Installation of this product requires operating system supplemental language support - what does this mean?

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    the same message appears when i try to uninstall my Microsoft Office

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Here is a free office program that works great.
http://www.openoffice.org/

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Next, when you boot start slowly tapping F8 function key after the BIOS loads, but before you see anything that says Windows.

A menu should pop up. Select Last known good configuration that worked from the menu.

If it still reboots, use F8 to get to the startup menu and select Safe mode.

If you can get to the desktop now in Safe mode, try running a System Restore back to before the problem occurred.

Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools and select System Restore.

Follow the prompts and select a bold date before the problem began. After the reboot the problem may be resolved, but you may have to re-install any recently added software.

If still no go, boot to the Windows CD and choose to run a repair.

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