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    I've just completed removal of any legacy bits of Office, as uninstalling via Control did not work, using Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant. Re-installation will have wait til tomorrow as it's nearly 11 p.m U.K time.
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       #32

    @chipwood, do you know your Microsoft Office 2007 Home and Student product key yet?
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       #33

    MeAndMyComputer said:
    @chipwood, do you know your Microsoft Office 2007 Home and Student product key yet?
    Have always known that: got case with it on, but no disk.
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    chipwood said:
    No luck with that, because I tried options both to add/remove items, or repair configuration failed.
    I have no idea if this is significant or not. You have opened your ISO twice at the same time.
    Office 20007 Home and Student lost; substitutes clunky, so...-tempmsoinstalliso.png

    I do not understand why you are referring to add/remove/repair. Doesn't it give you an option to just install?
    If the ISO does not work then you will need to get another one that does or get an installation DDVD/CD.

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    Try3 said:
    I have no idea if this is significant or not. You have opened your ISO twice at the same time.
    Office 20007 Home and Student lost; substitutes clunky, so...-tempmsoinstalliso.png

    I do not understand why you are referring to add/remove/repair. Doesn't it give you an option to just install?
    If the ISO does not work then you will need to get another one that does or get an installation DDVD/CD.

    Denis
    Denis, I didn't. Am sourcing a disk to burn ISO to. as i have none. Finding red enclosure difficult to read. Saw no option to just install.
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    chipwood said:
    Finding red enclosure difficult to read
    It's a snip from your posted diagram.

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  7. Try3's Avatar
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    chipwood said:
    Am sourcing a disk to burn ISO to
    Create a folder [anywhere] called something like MSO2007HnS
    then mount the ISO again [by double-clicking on it]
    then drag the whole of the ISO contents into your new folder.

    Then install from there. MSO installations do not require a DVD/CD, they can be run directly from any folder. I have been doing this since MSOffice 97. I recently did it to install my MSOffice Pro 2007 onto a new computer.

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       #38

    .TLB is an intermediary compilation file. I used to have that when I was a Windows COM/ATL programmer.
    It is a type library. It is something like a manifest of what is available inside (probably) STR.DLL.
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       #39

    Double-click on zip file to open it
    Double-click on folder to open it
    Double-click on OFFICE12.iso until extracted to temp folder
    Double-click on setup.exe to install Office 2007

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  10. Try3's Avatar
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    chipwood said:
    Saw no option to just install.
    Might you already have another installation of Office on your computer?
    To make sure you do not -
    Manually uninstall Office, Apps - OfficeSupport
    Uninstall Office from a PC - Office Support

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