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Microsoft outlook in Vista

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#1 want2know2


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Posted 28 November 2010 - 05:02 AM

Hi all,
I hope I'm in the right place with this;

I had Microsoft office 2007 on my laptop when I bought it in a shop, but it turned out to be a trial version (only 25 times to use)so in the shop they decided to put M.O 2003.

The thing is with my previous 2007 I was able to configure outlook with out a problem but now with 2003 I keep on getting this message:

The add-in ''C:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll''
could not be installed or loaded.This problem may be resolved by using detect and repair on the help menu.

Who can help me solve this?

If I would want office 2007 I was told I would not be able to read documents in 2003, has this been resolved yet?


Edited by hamluis, 30 November 2010 - 08:43 AM.
Moved from Vista to Business Applications ~ Hamluis.

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#2 S Bradshaw

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Posted 29 November 2010 - 06:15 PM

You need to go into the options once you have Outlook open and look for the Add-ins section. There should be something for faxes listed and you may have to disable this.

"If I would want office 2007 I was told I would not be able to read documents in 2003, has this been resolved yet?"

That is not correct. Computers with Office 2003 can read newer documents created in Office 2007/2010 with the installation of the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack. Do a search on Google for the link to Microsoft's download page if needed. This will allow the computer to read newer files created in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Access would be a problem. One thing is that some fonts and other formats that may have been used when creating these newer documents will most likely not show when displayed on a computer will 2003, even with the Compatibility Pack.

Edited by S Bradshaw, 29 November 2010 - 06:20 PM.

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