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Old 10-27-2010, 03:39 AM
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This seems terribly basic, but I'm having trouble installing one additional program (InfoPath) on my PC, which already has Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. I have a genuine MS Office 2007 CD. The first time I tried it, I presumed I needed to uncheck the programs I already had installed (X: Not Available) and just check the one I wanted to add. I did this, and the damn thing UNINSTALLED my existing Office programs, without even a confirmation! I had to do a system restore to get them back.
Now I'm a little hesitant. Obviously I can leave my installed programs selected on the installer screen (see image), but, going by the estimated disk space, the installer will just re-install them, which is not what I want. I might lose my customizations, macros, etc. I think this installer screen is very unintuitative. Can anyone help?
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