Question about Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full Version for PC
I have Windows XP fully uptodate. I have Office 2007 Stanbdard and I chose to NOT install Outlook 2007 until I checked out the other items. Once I decided to install the newer Outlook, much to my surprise I encountered that the installation was "Not Available." I've seen many explanations as to how to do this and most mean removing something. I do not know if this works. It seems to me that Microsoft would have some direct method to overcome this. What about removing the just installed Office 2007 and then starting over? Is there an easier means to do this?
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If u have the Microsoft Office Professional 2007 cd, run the setup and look for Custom optin, this will gave u the option to install the programs you want, at that stage select just Outlook and follow the instruction
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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