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Autocorrection on outlook 2007

Posted on 2013-01-16
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Hi,

i have installed on my Win 7 64bit Pro the MS Office 2010 but the outlook is 2007 since i have a sunmail server in my infrastructure.
The problem is that the autocorrection in outlook doesn`t work.
The error message appears is:
<The list of common math AutoCorrections is not available.
This feature is not available. To make this feature available, run Setup again, click "Add or Remove Features" and change the feature to Run from My Computer>.
I have rerun the setup for both MS Office 2007 and MS Office 2010 and also the Greek Proofing Tools but nothing...

Please support.

Thx

Mike
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Correction: ...and also the English Proofing Tools but nothing...
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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The problem is a mismatched WORD, why can you NOT use Outlook 2007? And the current product is the Oracle Communications Messaging Server
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Richard Daneke earned 250 total points
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Are the two offices installed in different FOLDERS?

Autocorrect is a common program for the office installation.   2007 and 2010 can be installed separately on the same machince, but the installation folders need to be in different folders.

If you wanted to install all but Outlook, you could selectively uninstall the parts - Word, Excel, etc.   But, when you install 2010, put it in a different folder using the custom installatiion options.
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Issue resolved.
You have to install word 2007, proofing tools 2007 and then office 2010 again.
Worked for me.

Thank you all for your replies and interest.
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worked for me
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