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Hello,

I am trying to upgrade office 2003 to 2010. The user already has Outlook 2010.

The only option for Outlook is “X Not Available”. When I perform the install it “breaks” outlook.

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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Export your .PST file from within current version of Outlook.

Uninstall Outlook. Reinstall Office 2010 with Outlook included. Update MS Office 2010.

Import your PST file with Outlook.
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Can you please brief a bit more what do you mean he has 2010 and your trying to upgrade and how ?

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