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Upgrading Office Xp To 2003 Q's

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#1 milzee


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Posted 03 April 2006 - 02:56 AM

I Plan To Upgrade My Office XP Professional With Frontpage Up To Office 2003 Professional And Install Frontpage 2003 Seperate. I Have Important Emails In Outlook XP, And I Was Wondering If I Upgrade Outlook XP To Outlook 2003, Will All The Settings, Emails, And Everything Else That Was There Be There When I Run Outlook 2003 For The First Time?

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#2 jgweed


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Posted 03 April 2006 - 06:45 AM

If you upgrade, the files that contain your old E-mails and preferences should be undamaged. It would be a wise step, however, if the E-mails are very important to export them to a disk, just to be on the safe side, as with browser bookmarks (especially if you have a lot of them). Any kind of installation or upgrade requires some plan for disaster recovery of critical data.
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