I tried the last windows update and now when I try to run excel, the system wants to install excel and pro11.msi file not found. Office was installed on the computer when I bought to a repairer, and I do not have a CD.

The error I get now is error 1706: Setup cannot find the required files.  He sends me to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\1033\SETUP. CHM - a file that does not exist on my computer.

During the update process, I kept getting messages asking the CD, I just enter the 3 recorded updates through, and each "failed".

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Hi Scootd28,
 
Thank you for using the Microsoft Forum.
 
The question you have posted is related to Microsoft Office, and would be better suited to the Office Discussion groups. Please visit the link below to find a community that will provide the support you want.
http://www.Microsoft.com/Office/Community/en-us/FlyoutOverview.mspx

Hope this information helps
 
Thanks and greetings
Aziz Nadeem - Microsoft Support

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