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ill give it a go and let you know thanks :whistling:
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Do you need an Office Suite
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yes
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Two options, and broadband / cable is best for either

Have a look at Open Office here, click any office component icon for details

http://www.openoffice.org/index.html

Then look at Sun Star Office, ignore the reference to time limited demo

http://www.vnunet.co.../sun-staroffice

Click this to register first, if you decide to download it

http://www.avanquest...vquk_so0506.cfm
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its still popping up :whistling: :blink:
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If you click disc clean up is there anything for Office installation files
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in tune up program do you mean ?
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justtried it agian says 2 files cant be deleted dont have permission ?
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XP disc clean up in start, all programmes, accessories
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just looked with the check boxs i can see office there but it says its 0.0kb in size ???
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Tick it and run disc clean up
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done that still same :whistling:
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Can you post what you open to prompt the error message and exactly what the error message is please
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it happens when i try and double click on internet explorer on desk top and if i open email up (incremail) it pops up if i try and open word up its says windows installer preparing to install in a grey box with a pix of a disk and a monitor :whistling: and i keep having to cancel it it can pop up about 3 times on trying to open email
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1. On the Start menu, click Run:.

2. In the Open box, type msiexec /unreg and then press ENTER.

3. On the Start menu, click Run.

4. In the Open box, type msiexec /regserver and then press ENTER.

If it is still the same, do 1 and 2 only then try incredimail or IE
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