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how to stop office from wanting to configure everytime i open atachments??

Posted on 2011-09-15
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hi , recently installed office 2007 on a clean installation of xp pro . after the install and activation, when the user opens attachements or documents in word or excel for example, the window that normally only comes up once when installing office " preparing and setup wizard-like window" , comes up every time ? i have reinstalled office, repaired it, still no luck ? any help will be appreciated.
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When you install office, don't install the default selections (parts are then not immediately installed as they aren't selected in the default setup), but rather select all parts of Office.
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