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Dear all:

We have currently a number of PC operating under Chinese Windows 98 and running Chinese Office 2000 standard.  Due to some software problem, I want to update the service pack for them, but they have no internet access.  I find a small file in Microsoft.com that needs additional files through Internet Update.  Can anyone tell me where to download a full package for offline update needs?
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Your linkage is not functioning because all the PCs has no Internet Access and Chinese Office 2000 std requires online update of SR-1
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Have you tried the corporate windows update site? http://corporate.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/
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The setup creates a folder in your temp directory.You need to copy the folder out of the temp directory BEFORE going through the update procedure.You can then copy the directory to other pc's Temp directory and when you run it,you should be able to select "Run from Current Location". This will require you to have internet access on the first updated PC only.
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by:LeeM01
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Try this - don't know if there's a chinese version
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q258323
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I have search the most updated file using the FIND function and copy the "DATA1" to other PCs.  It works properly.  Thanks!
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