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Creating MST for Visio 2003 install

Posted on 2006-12-01
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I'm having a heck of a time creating an MST for Visio Pro 2003. I'm using the Custom Installation Wizard that comes with the resource kit for Office XP.  I've added the PIDKEY property to the "Modify Setup Properties" window.  And I'm still getting a message "You have not entered a valid product key".
I've entered the PIDKEY with and with out quotes and with and without dashes.
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You should be using the custom installation wizard for Office 2003, not Office XP (aka Office 2002). They are different and it will not accept the an Office 2003 key.

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