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keith your done it its fixed thank you very much i only needed to do 1and 2 :) :whistling: :rofl: :help: :help: :blink: :rofl:
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Not so fast :whistling:

If when you need to install anything you get a windows installer error, run 3 and 4, install whatever, then run 1 and 2 if necessary
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ok will do what do you thinks done it office 2003?
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It happens, and then the problem can be it wants to re-install Excel, difficult if it was a trial install without CD's

Either of the other Office suites should be fine
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yeah ok thanks for help :whistling: can you not uninstall preinstalled software or can you only do that by reinstalling xp and formatting c: ????????
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Usually you can uninstall them

Hopefully it was a one off

There is a repair option also, though probably not helpful for installer problems, you don't necessarily need to format as an only option
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