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Register Hereor login if you are already a member E-mail User Name Password Forgot Password? Thanks. 2001-09-05,15:36 #2 kgray View Profile View Forum Posts New Lounger Join Date Sep 2001 Posts 10 Thanks 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Re: Troubleshooting the (Office 97 Pro/SR-1) Insert Office 97 CD, choose "add/remove components", do not touch any checkboxes, except now add HTML Authoring. On the shortcut menu, click Properties. 4. my review here

Windows and Office Updates Configuring windows 7 pro operating system to run microsoft 2007 office Office update 11 More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Russia History Contributors Ordered by most recent Howard2nd30 pts. So, it is important to follow them all. if you do not do the above the SR-2 install fails because of a version problem with the fonts. https://www.vistax64.com/software/218914-unable-install-office-97-sr-1-a-post1012628.html

It is not impossible to install this Software on a 64Bit System. Vista & Office launch access97 - auto syntax problem since vba critical upgrade PatchFactory 2.0 Released. You may be prompted for your Microsoft Office CD or floppy disks.

If you downloadedOffice 97 SR-2from the Web, first install Office 97 SR-1 fromhttp://www.microsoft.com/office/office97/ServiceRelease/sr1/AboutSR1.asp..NOTE: The URL shown in this error message is incorrect.To obtain SR-1,http://office.microsoft.com/assistance/9798/sr1fact.aspxYou may receive this error message even though Now on this forum, when I clicked on the qualifying products link supplied by one of the responders, it's the screen of responses that shows up again! To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Not to check first is like buying a new bigger refrigerator to replace your old one with first checking to see whether it will fit into the space in your kitchen.

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Regards, John Van De Giessen Wednesday, November 18, 2009 2:55 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Hi All,   We have now worked out what the specific cause So I'm running Setup without the /y switch. Anyway, the first step you sugges is I install Off 97.

If your problem had to do with: Htmlmarq.ocx unable to register istself in sys reg, this was apparently because Windows XP Service Pack 2 disabled the HTMLmarq.ocx Active X feature for Those who are motivated only by desire for the fruits of action are miserable, for they are constantly anxious about the results of what they do. -- Bhagavad Gita 2:49-50 Mike I *think* the Library had something to do with a utility for printing out the database Relationships that was somehow referenced by one of my projects. * I couldn't open the Too bad customer loyalty doesn't count for much with Microsoft.

  • If the corporate office is ‘stuck' on 97, then look at OpenOffice as it is ‘Document' compatible.
  • Good luck. 2001-09-09,23:34 #4 BAM Guest Re: Troubleshooting the (Office 97 Pro/SR-1) Hi No_Speed, The version checker is unreliable.
  • On the Edit menu, clickModify.

I am no big fan of Bill G. Surely there's a trick out there that I haven't discovered yet. In the Named box, type the name of the file for which you want to search. SP2 and SP3 will not install without SR1 being installed.

There was an installation flaw relating to another font, hatten.ttf: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=141373 Don't know if that's related to your issue at all. http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-empty-deleted-items-folder-in-vista-office-outlook-32-bit.html iv tried everyting in: OFF97: Error Message "Vbe.dll Was Unable to Register Itself" (Q162627) so now im desperat, frustrated and pretty fed up... DETAILS: My setup: Dell Inspiron notebook with Vista Business edition My CD: Office 97 Professional (Service Release 1) Upgrade I had no problems installing from the Office 97 CD. I'd try and get someone to remove the policy while your trying to do this.

The common aspect of all of the threads that I have looked at is that the problem occurs immediately after installing Office 97. User uses a combo box to get the record, and that uses Recordsetclone and Bookmark. Spell check works if the user is logged on as an administrator, but if the user has limited access the spell check requires the language to be set, but if you http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-print-in-office-2007.html From memory, I was logged in as an administrator and had UAC turned off at the time I did these installs, but I did not use Run As Administrator on setup.exe.

If you still need the updates on CD, then call toll free to (888) MSFT-Y2K (673-8925) within the United States and ask for the" Microsoft Year 2000 Resource CD." This CD Now when I run the SR1, it appears the SR1 program itself is aligning the files (which changes them). Click OK.

Restart the computer. 4.

When I tried to install Service Release 2b (SR2b) patch (again, as administrator), the installation failed. David Load both Office97 and OfficeXP on same PC 0 replies , 7/30/2003, 7:24:50 PM Our school is running classes using Office97 on older computers and Office XP on the newer I would be grateful for some assistance with this issue. When I ran setup /y (I created a shortcut for it) I kept getting an error "Setup did not complete successfully." Then it quit.

Ran sr2patch.exe from the extracted SR2b as Administrator. 6. Just as I began to lose heart I realized that somebody mentioned something about having MS-Works on their machine, Bingo! Class modules can be a powerful tool in Microsoft Access. http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-install-microsoft-fix-it-microsoftprogram-install-and-uninstall-meta-diagcab.html The CD was "Office 97 Upgrade." with SR1, and SR2 was applied afterwards.

Advanced Search Forum Office & Other Software Applications Microsoft Office Installing Office 97 on Windows XP If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking Then, it's just a question of restoring the original Vista fonts. Not to do is looking for trouble. If not, go to http://office.microsoft.com/Downloads/default.aspx.

Insert Office 97 CD, choose "add/remove components", do not touch any checkboxes, except now add Access and the Access options you want. 7. In effect the "OK" button does not respond. Either way this is without doubt a widespread issue. This article on the MS KB will provide additional details on this: http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/ar...s/Q244/5/93.ASP Note that it appears that MS is updating their web site so this article may not

Obviously, there is something inhibiting Excel from going to SR-1 level. Double-click Add/Remove Programs. No other message or anything. You can use this information to narrow down the cause of the problem; this may help reduce the number of steps from above that you need to perform.

Any further news on this? The changes were appropriate for older versions of windows but definitely not for Windows 7. It's not a stolen software. Any help would be apriciated we can upgrade because our Cop.

When you installed the SR-1 Patch, the patch failedto properlyupdate all of your files because the WinAlign featureincluded inWindows 98 had already modified your files.You installed Microsoft Office 97. My setup: -New install of Vista business. -No other office version installed. -UAC on (yeah, I know I'm a masochist) -Office 97 Pro SR-1 CD -Office 97 SR-2b file My setup If you are trying to run multiple versions of Vista, or you are not sure how to disable UAC, see: http://allenbrowne.com/bug-17.html -- Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Could you please advise which edition and service release level install that you are using?

Following Follow Microsoft Windows Does anyone know of problems installing Office 97 SR-1 onto Windows XP SP 2? Did a custom install to a non-default folder (named C:\Program Files\Office97.) Installed minimal options (just Access with all its wizards and samples, but no Word, Excel, Outlook, etc, and none of It's only failed once (Microsft bug was the root of the problem, not the current environment). Many thanks, John Van De Giessen Tuesday, November 03, 2009 11:46 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Isn't this situation exactly what "Virtual XP for Windows 7" is