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Download FULL file of Office 2000 Service Release 1a (SR-1a)

Trying to get the full file of Office 2000 Service Release 1a (SR-1a) so that I can install Service Pack 3, which requires it. Of course, as it notes at:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=AF6C8D03-7633-45B4-AB96-795EE656F2A2&displaylang=en
... "The file size and download time indicated on this page represent the initial time it will take for us to determine which patches need to be applied to your machine. The actual file size varies between 26-40 MB; the actual download time at 28.8k is between 2-3 hours."

I need the the full file, so I can take to workstations not connected to the internet to patch them. How to get it?
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LucFCommented:
Hi esc_toe_account,

To download the SR-1 update for administrative installations

   1. Go to the Toolbox on the Office Resource Kit Web site.
   2. Under New and updated tools, click Office 2000 SR-1 administrative updates.
   3. Click the download icon for Data1.exe. (http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/2000/appndx/toolbox.htm#o2sr1au)
   4. In the File Download dialog box, select the option Save this program to disk, and then click OK.
   5. In the Save As dialog box, specify a location and click Save.

      The file is copied to your computer.

Greetings,

LucF
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LucFCommented:
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esc_toe_accountAuthor Commented:
We've got SR-1 (March 21, 2000), need SR-1a (May 12, 2000).
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esc_toe_accountAuthor Commented:
Oops .. looked closer at your first link and found it. Thanks!
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esc_toe_accountAuthor Commented:
Incidentally, its the link for O2ksr1adl.exe I needed to click, not the one for Data1.exe.
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LucFCommented:
Yeah, my bad :) but I'm glad you found your answer.

Glad to help,

LucF
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