Office 2010 docs to convert in 2007
I have office 2010 on my computer, but if I get a document via e-mail and try to open it, ii get a pop up saying I don't have office 2007 and need to buy. The docs I get are office 2010 as well.
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How ie9 32-bit and 32-bit office 2010 can be converted to 64-bit? I have windows 7 64 bit
slk2 wrote... "so I shouldn't try to force 64 ie9. Or if the system selects the appropriate injector since both are installed?
Can I uninstall office 32 and 64 to reinstall but I should? »
Download and install IE9 64-bit... but most, if not all, the time you will find yourself using IE9 32-bit.
Let Office 2010 32-bit installed, just like normal users more all deal with data never sleep great.
I recently installed Office 2010 Professional on my computer from the operating system on Windows XP SP3. Before you install Office 2010, I got the Adobe PDF 6.0 Reader and converter of documents already installed on my computer, with which I could easily convert PDF files to office documents. But after I installed Office Professional 2010 on my computer, I don't see the buttons on the Office Word or Execl or Power Point applications PDF and am not able to convert all PDF documents. Can someone help me please?
In Word 2010, select file, save as and click the down arrow to the right to register under and select the pdf option in the drop down menuu.
I have Office 2007 installed, and this morning (May 14), I was alerted to 9 new updates for my 32-bit computer. It updates for Office 2010, but online documentation makes no mention of this Office 2007 application update, it refers only to Office 2010.
Can I hide the Office 2010 update or install it?
8 other updates have been installed.
Based on my research and available content from Microsoft, the KB 2825635 update applies only to the Office 2010 package.
Here is the link that will list the updates deployed by Microsoft for Office packages in may 2014.
It clearly lists the KB 2825635 applies to Office 2010.
I hope that using information provided!
Smart zoom view in slow for a user with office 2010, but the same zoom in fact with office 2007 comes back almost instantly.
What version of Smart View / APS? How many lines is returned by the zoom?
Do you know that absolutely all of the options are identical to get it back ('use Excel put shaped' makes a big difference to big zooms)?
Hello, we have a use case where some Excel documents can be run in Office 2007. Therefore, I decided to just Excel 2007 or Office 2007 thinapp. All of our VDI boxes already have Office 2010 installed in native mode.
Office 2007 thinapp well, but now we have another problem.
Whenever the user opens all excel documents, it opens Excel 2007 instead of Excel 2010. The user wants to open Excel 2010 whenever he opens an excel document. However, the user is aware that he must run Excel 2007 first of all, every time he wants to open those special few Excel documents.
But, once that Excel 2007 is broadcast to its VDI box, open excel documents eventually call Excel 2007 instead of Excel 2010.
Is there a solution to this problem? I suppose that this will be a registry change, but don't know where.
> Whenever the user opens all excel documents, it opens Excel 2007 instead of Excel 2010. The user wants to open Excel 2010 whenever he opens > all excel document. However, the user is aware that he must run Excel 2007 first of all, every time he wants to open those little special Excel > documents.
> But once Excel 2007 is broadcast to its box VDI, opening all excel documents will eventually call Excel 2007 instead of Excel 2010.
1. in the statements above, as I understand it is that the user wants to open most documents in Excel 2010, only a handful of some of the documents should open in Excel 2007. And current behavior in your environment, it's that all documents will open in Excel 2007. Is there a difference in behavior if Excel 2007 is running or not at this time, when the user double-clicks a document (opening).
2. in addition, I you recommend to check the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.xls subkey and get the "Excel.Sheet.x" (where x is a number) and then find the value of HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Excel.Sheet.x\Shell\Open\Command, which usually a file path, which makes this point in your case, if it is Excel 2007, then change it so that it points to Excel 2010 and test it.
I have a question where the record of recent items (Start/Recent Items) shows not all files that are created in Office 2010 or converted in this format. All other files (for example, .xls, .doc, .pdf) are displayed, but it's not Office 2010 files.
If I open Excel 2010 or Word 2010 and go to file/Recent then files are all listed here as recent files, but do not show up in the start/Recent Items menu.
I use Vista Home Premium with Office 2010, but also have this problem with my PC which is running Windows 7. However, it is less a question here as I have Word and Excel pinned to the taskbar and you can access these files from there.
It drives me crazy because I have to go through a number of additional steps to open files that are routinely used and wonder if it's a 'function' or a bug.
I posted this question in the forum Office 2010 too and it advises to ask here as well. My reason for posting, it is originally that I am convinced that this is a problem with Office 2010. Files created in Office 2010 and saved in the Excel/Word 2003 (.doc and .xls) format very well, appear as files created under .docxand .xlsx that have been converted to the format Office 2003. It occurs only with files with extensions Office 2010.
I tried to dlete everything in the folder and run the "shell: recent ' command, but the opinion is to do this after DELETING the folder recent elements which is something the system won't let me do - there is no option to delete the record.
Any help much appreciated.
Thanks for the clarification, but once again, I think you're wrong understanding of the issue. The point is that it does not appear in the list of recent items... otherwise I him have not posted the question.
I appreciate that we're trying to be helpful, but it is actually more an obstacle if you have not read and understood the issue of opening. Sorry to be blunt, but the fundamental issue has not received by people either in this topic or the forum of the Office.
However, I am pleased to announce that the elements are now show - do not know what he did, but I think it's the no-check/recheck option proposed by Nithyananda J, BUT ONLY AFTER a REBOOT.
However, I also tried various other things on mine so can't be sure which of them solved the problem.
Microsoft Office 2010 is a software that is came with my PC HP TouchSmart I finally found the product key or I think that I found the product key? At the back of my PC has a sticker labeled "Window 7 Home Prem OA HP certificate of authenticity Label not not for sale separately with 25-character alphanumeric text." I typed this alphanumeric information in the text box of my Microsoft Office 2010, which I've never been able to because I don't have the product key information, until I found the sticker pasted on the back of my PC. I looked in the box when I got my PC and have not found anything that related to this software or where to find the product key. I was under the impression that I don't have the right to this software because of the product key was not available to me at this time. I tried to open a "word" with another software, I received a product that I bought and the Microsoft Office 2010 window still open, but I could never use I decided to search for the original again box and I turned my PC and found the label on the back of my PC. I typed in the information and the answer I got is 'This is not A valid product key Office' I launched the 'learn more about keys and see examples of products' and this is were I am now. Can anyone explain what is happening with this software, the product key, or is not what software came with my PC I always thought?
I bought this PC QVC in 2011.
Original title: Microsoft Office 2010
This product key on the COA sticker is not intended for Microsoft Office 2010. That came with your copy of Windows 7 is a trial version of office, you must either purchase a license or upgrade to Office 2013 or Office 365.
Windows 7 product key located on the certificate of authenticity attached to your system, label that does not work, it's only for Windows 7. You need a product key Office 2010.
If your computer comes with a trial version of Office, you need to get a trial key or buy a full license:
Get the key;
If you purchased Office 2010 and get no valid product key error to refer the article mentioned below:
Frequently asked questions about Office Activation Wizard and about features in Office 2010 and Office 2007 programs view programs
Error message when you start an Office application after installing a suite Office: "invalid product key".
If you have a trial version of Office 2010 that came with your computer, try to uninstall it first:
Run the patch tool mentioned in the article below to uninstall Office 2010:
Download a trial version of Office 2010 that corresponds with the edition that you purchased and convert it to a version full:
See the link on how to convert a trial version of a suite full Office 2010 or program to a commercial version: -.
MY HP PAVILION HAS A VISTA HOME PREMIUM OPERATING SYSTEM.
I WANT TO IMPROVE MY OFFICE 2007 OFFICE 2010.
WILL BE OFFICE 2010 RUN ON MY HP, VISTA HOME PREMIUM?
When you request support, please provide the name number and produces complete model of the HP computer in question. HP/Compaq made thousands of computer models. Without this information, it can be difficult, even impossible to help you solve your problem.
The information requested above are at the bottom of your computer or inside the battery compartment. , Please do not include your serial number. Please enter the product/model information consumer HP Online Support page and post it here for our review.
Office 2010 must be running on your HP laptop with Windows Vista Home Premium, but be sure to the information requested above.
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.
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For the last two months - easrly November, when stopped down, I saw 10 message updates are being installed. This follow-up installation of Office 2010 (download from Web site), who bought Office 2007 earlier this year, and by choosing to take the free update promised for 2010.
On the control, I find that whenever all ten updates failed to install (error code 646)
Concered updates are KB2202188; KB982726; KB2289161; KB2289078; KB2413186; for Office 2010
and KB2345000 - Word 20120.
KB2409055 - 2010 Editor;
KB2289116 - Social connector;
KB2431831 - knitting 9;
KB2433299 A Note;
Any thoughts there?
A KB was created for 646 error code that appears during the installation of the updates of Microsoft Office. The KB includes an automatedMicrosoft fix 50461 that corrects the problem. Look at the following KB:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2258121http://snipurl.com/164ypp>
Suggest you download and save the fix it.
Then close all open programs and browsers before running MSFix it 50461.msi.
I make it work on all my boxes of XP SP3. We have recently upgraded to Office 2010 (some since 2007, some new facilities brand.) Later last night was a brand new installation and update of XP.
All other updates for the products and the BONES have been treated successfully. It's the only update that is untreated (and not reviewed by one of our boxes.) Repair by SBS 2008 x 64 (if that makes a difference). Have you tried both by the update service, as well as by hand.
Tried to go in a box and update the User Shell Folders registry settings, but no impact.
UPDATE - did get an error code: 0 x 80246002
It was for me that it was for OneNote, but no matter - the NDR was what was so annoying. I finally called Microsoft support (updated and security related calls are free!)
It's what helped on my new machine load, but still not able to rename Catroot2 unless I'm in Mode safe on other machines (something STILL locked, even when the Cryptsvc process is stopped.)
Fortunately I have only 15 machines:
1. stop Windows Update services (could also do it from the control panel services)
o 1 clickStart, click principally made programs, click Accessories, right-clickcommand promptand select run as administrator.
o 2. If you receive auser account control notification simply click continue.
3. o at the command prompt, type the following commands and pressENTER after each command.
net stop wuauserv
net stop bits
net stop cryptsvc
4 o please do not close thecommand prompt window.
2. Rename the Windows Update files (could also do it from the Explorer window)
1. o at the command prompt, type the following commands and pressenter after each command:
o 2. ren %systemroot%\System32\Catroot2 Catroot2.old
o 3. ren %systemroot%\System32\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
o 4. ren %systemroot%\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
Please, 5 o. do not close thecommand prompt window.
3. apply Microsoft Fixit
o 1. 50461
o 2. 50202
4. restart 50202 requires it
5. apply the update of Microsoft 2289161
As I said, MY machine is OK, the others to accept the office, subsequently update, but VERY manually intensive.
Impossible update/security update (MSFT XML Core Services 4.0 SP2) or install Office 2010 (trial/beta) - message common all the way through; HRESULT: 0X800736FD
Impossible update/security update (MSFT XML Core Services 4.0 SP2) or install Office 2010 (trial/beta) - message common all the way through; HRESULT: 0X800736FD.
I just got this computer, it came with XP installed but Win7 Pro OA... I installed Win7 immediately. The CS XML 4 SP2 update/security updates do not have continually. Is this related as sharing the same code HRESULT? Moreover, trial version of Office 2007 have installed now. Cannot update with Office 2007 Service Pack 2.
Would be very grateful for the help! ~ Joe
I don't have any security/antivirus suite & have the firewall off the coast.
Personal data backup (which none should be considered 100% reliable at this point) then format the HARD disk and do a clean install of Windows. Please note that a repair installation (upgrade AKA on-site) will NOT fix it!
HOW to do a clean install of Win7: see "using the custom installation option" and formatting the hard drive section of http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Installing-and-reinstalling-Windows-7
Once installed the clean, you will have the equivalent of a "new computer" in order to take care of everything on the next page before connecting the machine to the internet or one local network (i.e. other computers) and before using a player flash or SD card that is not brand new, or has not been freshly formattedotherwise:
4 steps to help protect your new computer before going online
My Dell desktop computer bought 08/15/2005 (order # 435890399) with Microsoft Windows XP Professional installed. My software was purchased legally, and until today, all desktop software worked fine. Today, when I tried to open Word 2010 and access a message appears on the screen "cannot check product license.
It is said to correct this, in Control Panel, but I don't know how to do this. Please notify.
Office 2010 was not available in 2005, you can have Office 2003.
Microsoft Office Activation number:
Activate the 2007 Microsoft Office programs
(See telephone activation)
Activate Microsoft Office 2010 products
Older version of Office: Activation and registration of a Microsoft product
J W Stuart: http://www.pagestart.com
I bought office 2010 for a company computer. This computer has a licensed copy of Microsoft Office 2003, it is no longer usable. Can I install this copy of Ofice 2003 on another computer?
Yes you can but phone activation may be required.
Microsoft Office Activation number:
Older versions of Office: Activation and registration of a Microsoft product
= Other options =.
Type errors product key invalid that occur in Microsoft Office 2007 or 2003
Phone activation: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-workspace-help/activate-microsoft-office-programs-HA010354227.aspx
Activate by using the telephone
You can telephone an Activation Center and activate your product with the help of a customer service representative.
Phone numbers of activation do not appear in this article, because there are a lot of numbers, and the correct number for you depends on several factors. Microsoft software can be obtained under various licenses, including individual retail licenses, original (OEM) licenses, and volume licenses OEM. Phone numbers vary by product license and country/region. In step 2 of the Activation Wizard, use the phone number provided to contact the Microsoft Activation Center.
Telephone activation may take longer than activation through the Internet. You should be at your computer when you call, and you should have your software product key.
J W Stuart: http://www.pagestart.com
Original title: problems after installation of Office 2010
Installed 2010 using SCCM 2,000 desktop computers.
After installation I had about 50 clients with different problems, and the only solution I have found so far is to delete and recreate the user profile.
To be more precise, some clients when you open a word document have an error advising the document is corrupted and running document recovery tool.
This is followed by an error and you have the option to send to MS or not.
No matter what you select documents recovery starts to recover and then throws to the top of the same mistake. This happens three times with the same messages whether to send.
Word closes and if you try to reopen the same doc the process is exactly the same thing.
Documents can be on a server share or local hard disk.
Some documents are opened without problem.
If I disconnect the client, and log back on with any other account, the document opens fine.
After the deletion and re-creation of the profile of users, documents open without error.
We also use groupwise to email (urghh) and the same customers don't have any address book once the office install.
After the deletion and re-creation of the profile, the address book also works OK.
On the PC, the only change was the installation of Office 2010 and errors have appeared that immediately after deployment.
All PC are patches and A / V is trend (latest updates.)
PC include a laptop HP 6730 and 5800's HP desktop computers
Your Windows XP question is more complex than what is generally answered in the Microsoft Answers forums. It is better suited for the IT Pro TechNet public. Please post your question in the forum TechNet for assistance:
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