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Installation error for MS office 2007


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hello,

I downloaded MS office 2007 but when I tried to run the setup file, it gave me an error stating that the setup could not locate the installation file, it also said that I might have a problem with the copy I downloaded but to me anyway, the problem seems to be linked to the fact that I cannot uninstall the MS OFfice 2003 copy from the add/remove programs utlility, that I had installed on my system. I cannot open any MS Office applications at all. Whenever I try to run, it gives me an error stating that a specific file for the application is missing. I tried deleting the folder from the C: drive but even then the program is still listed in the add/remove programs and won't go away. I'm running Windows XP Media Center Edition with SP3. Any help would be greatly appreciated. :) thankyou.

Edited by Whattodo?, 31 August 2009 - 04:31 AM.

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Howdy:

Where might I ask did you download MS Office from?

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never mind...:)
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