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Microsoft office 2000 premium help....


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undun40cal

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Hi. I'm here today because for a while i have been just ignoring this problem that i have with my pc. Today is the last straw. It seems that when i go to certain websites, Microsoft Office 2000 Premium tries to install itself. The funny thing is that i use Office 2003 which i installed recently. I had the same problem with Norton AV 2005 but that was resolved. What could be the problem and how do i fix it. Help....

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Just wondering if you've found a fix to this problem as I'm encountering it myself and it is annoying.
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did you ever have office premium installed on your system/
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Yes and it was uninstalled.
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how did you uninstall it?
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I uninstalled it using Add/remove software in the control panel.
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