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Visio 2000 won't function with Office 2003 SBE installed

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On a machine with Visio 2000 installed, I installed Office 2003 SBE. Opened office programs and activated. Then closed office programs. Upon the first time opening Visio (after installing office), and open a template, i immediately got message that Visio program was trying to "load" information from the Office 2003 disk.

After it had finished, Visio just froze. Could not click on any thingin the program and I had to stop it via task.

This is the "technical details" from the hung app window after closing visio via taskbar.

C:\DOCUME~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\WERe7af.dir00\VISIO32.EXE.mdmp
C:\DOCUME~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\WERe7af.dir00\appcompat.txt

THis is part of a new build we are rolling out so, we really need some help with this one.

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You needed in install,  run Visio the first time, and then update fully BEFORE starting the 2003 installation.

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