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Clip Art Install problem?

Posted on 2008-10-05
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I recently installed Office 2007 with no problems.  I wanted to insert a piece of clip art in a Word Doc.  I go to insert>clip art and a window pops up and says windows installer; preparing to install.  However, it just sits there and never disappears.  I canceled 2 or 3 times and tried again and still the same thing.  I restarted, still no good.  I put in my Office 2007 disk thinking it need to read something from it, still no good.  What else should I do?
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Check out this link on Micsrosoft's website:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/832927

According to that link, the problem applies to Office 2003 and 2007. While Microsoft doesn't offer a solution (yet), they do provide a workaround.

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Thank you!
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