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Old 06-11-2009, 06:04 AM
lianne143 lianne143 is offline Windows Installer window Pops word 2003 & 2007 Windows XP Windows Installer window Pops word 2003 & 2007 Office 2007
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Dear all


We have office 2003 and 2007 installed in our client machines. when we open word 2003 a window keeps popping saying windows installer. Trying to install.Is there any way to avoid this popup comming when word is started. When users try to run some reports it dosent because of these window popoups and the reports get stuck.But at the same time when i remove word2007 i dont get these popups and the reports also work well. Any suggession to stop the popsup when word is opened when both word 2003 and 2007 installed.
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Go here and read down the page for a solution.

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