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Can not open email attachment

After downloading email attachment, it flags 'the file is not a Micrsoft Office Imaging File'. When help is asked, it needs PRO11.MSI to be installed from Microsoft Office Prof. Ed. 2003.

Ple3ase email how can I reinstall back the missing software.

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Benny Sta. Maria

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The MSI file it is asking for is an additional feature from your Microsoft Office software disk.
You will have to find a copy of that version of office to be able to install it.

What is the extension on the email attachment file? You might be able to use a different program to open it.

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