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Microsoft Office Detect and Repair

I have Office 2003 pre-installed on a computer - so I don't have the installation disks. I ran a detect and repair on Outlook recently and got an error message 1311 about a missing file in the MSOCache directory called E2561412.CAB. So I cancelled the detect and repair (which seemed to be trying to do an install anyway).

Outlook is still running OK. But now I cannot open Excel without this installation procedure and error message appearing again - and Excel aborts. But I discovered by accident that if I let the installation get to the point where it reports the error, and THEN try to open Excel, Excel opens fine.

Clearly something has got corrupted, lost or whatever. Without an original installation disk, what can I do?

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  • LIZMCK Mar 15, 2009

    my preinstalled excel will not open, shows error 1706.

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If you go to microsoft's website you can somtimes download the individual files, if you go into c:\\ (or what ever your hdd is called) then program's files, find microsoft office, click Ctrl F and then type in the name of the file.
If this dosnt work go to http://pcwindowshelp.com/software.htm?gclid=CK_4oKmswJUCFQ6T1Qodb18fRA
they can somtimes fix the problem. Guy

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My advice, uninstall both programs and ONLY INSTALL 1 version (2003 OR 2007)

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