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When starting MS Visio 2003, Visio asks to install sku051.cab

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Hello,

When starting MS Visio 2003, Visio asks to install sku051.cab. What can I do? Visio opens up after I cancel the dialogs requesting to select sku051.cab, but where do I get this sku051.cab to prevent Visio from prompting>

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I don't know what the specific file you reference contains but it does sound like the installed version of Visio is confused. I would start by doing a "repair" of your Visio installation. Go to "Add/Remove Programs" in the Control Panel, select Visio 2003 and click the "Change" button. You should be offered an option to repair the installation. You may need to have your installation CD or other media depending how the initial installation was done. Worst case, you might need to uninstall and reinstall, but the repair might solve the problem.
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