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installing office project manager 2003 under Vista

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Al fresco, Oct 11, 2008.

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  1. Al fresco

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    I have installed office for windows 2007. This version does not include project manager. So in trying to install office for windows 2003 i am getting errors. is my only recourse to purchase and install Project Manager 2007? thank you in advance for yoour help.
     
  2. Courtneyc

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    Although Microsoft Project is an Office product, none of the Office versions ever came with Project. It, as well as Visio, have always been separate products. So, yes, you will have to purchase the product separately.

    Incidentally, there is no Windows 2007. I assume you mean Office 2003 and Office 2007.

    Courtney
     
  3. Al fresco

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    Thank you for your reply! I have Project 2003, and not Project 2007, but project 2003 will not install on my PC (Vista home premium). I get an error message that says the requested operation requires elevation

    And yes I was referring to Office in my brain but it got translated incorrectly on the keyboard! Thank you for your reply.
     
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