Windows wants to install updates for Office 2002 and Office XP and I have VISTA and Office 2007

I have read many topics and I can't seem to find the same problem I have.  I use Windows VISTA Home Premium (32 bit) for awhile and since June 30, 2009, I had bad download and install Windows updates.  I installed updates today, but I continue to be invited to run/install updates for Office XP and Office 2002 (currently about 9).  I used VISTA and Office 2007 for some time.  I believe that I have IE 7 and SP2.  I appreciate any help I can get to fix this.  Thanks in advance for your help.

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Hello SKYisDlimit,

After my communication to you, I continued to the Internet using the search.  I was finally able to locate the file you suggested (Msmapi\1033) he successfully Office Pro 2003 Outlook running.  Thank you!!

I don't know if you're alone in asking the question following or not, but I'm still able to re - install Microsoft Office Professional 2007.  I uninstalled after information I received of Santosh, and it has the re - install Office Pro 2003 (which have been upgraded).  Now when I try to reinstall 2007 (bought in February 2007), I keep getting the following message: "Setup is unable to find a version of Microsoft Office on your computer.  If Office is installed on a disk or a network share, click the buttun browse to select the appropriate disk or sharing.  If you have a version of MB on a CD, insert the CD into your CD-ROM drive, and then click the Browse button to select the appropriate drive. »

I tried several times without success.  Of course, I use Office 2003 Pro, so it's on the computer.  If you are unable to solve this problem, please either direct to the appropriate area or tell me who I need to contact.  Once again, thank you in advance for your help.  Needless to say, it's more frustrating!

Katydid2

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