Log onto the profile that is giving you problems and insert the Office 2000 install discs. Navigate to the CD-ROM containing Office 2000. Hold down the shift key and right click. Select "run as" and type in the administrator user name (usually Administrator) and the password. The perform a 'repair'. If you are not the admin, ask him to come by your desk and run the repair for you.
Go here to learn more: http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/
And here to download the program: http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/download.html
Does anyone know why a normal user (non-admin) can't execute these start
menu shortcuts. An Office 2000 install dialog shows up like it has to
install on demand this feature and then I get error 1706. When I run this
as admin, it works fine.
I have a win2k terminal server with both office 2000 and open office
Can you configure the server on user basis to associate document to
Some of the users have ms office 2000 licenses and wants document
associated to ms office 2000 meanwhile the users that dont have ms
office 2000 licenses should have document associated to open office
and thus prevented to start ms office 2000.
Thanks in advance.