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Trying to load office 2003, keep getting message, requires elevation

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  • mastercraftg May 07, 2010

    I am new to all this and would like to learn, you mentioned XP and Vista, I am trying to load it onto windows 7, is it the same? regretfully I dont know how to create a new user account or how to install from an administrator account. Can you help?

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This feature can be seen in XP as well as Vista computers. if such error occurs in xp try making a new user account with administrator rights and then try to install office 2003. also check the services.msc from run window and be sure that the windows installer is started.
In case of vista try installing from administrator account and if this is not working create new user account with administrator rights. even if this gives the problem then User Account control (UAC) should be turned off. this will probably solve ur problem.

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    ASHOK PANDEY May 07, 2010

    yes its the same for win 7 also. new user account creation.

    start/control pannel/doubleclick user account/ manage another account /type new user name/administrator/create account.

    thats done dear

    thanks for any query i am happy to assist you.

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Http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Create-a-user-account

this is how to create user account and you can see how to change to administrator account on the right side

> you can also try to re-install office by right-clicking on the setup file and choose run as administrator

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