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Microsoft Office 10

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  1. cpres60

    cpres60 Thread Starter

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    Cannot open any of my Microsoft Office 10 programs (ie) Word, Powerpoint, Excel etc. I get a message:program does not have program file associated with it. Create association. Some programs fail to start because its side-by-side configuration is incorrect.
    Please help me to fix these problems. Is there a step-by-step solution?
    Thank You,
    cpres60

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  2. DoubleHelix

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    Do you mean Office 2010? Or Office 2000? Can you not launch the applications? Or is the issue with data files?
     
  3. cpres60

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    Hi,

    Thank you foe acknowledging my inquiry. My reference is to Microsoft Office 2010 and I cannot open any of the programs.

    Hope this provides clarification.

    cpres60
     
  4. HiTechCoach

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    Are you using the Office 2010 Beta version? Is yes, it has expired.
     
  5. cpres60

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    Hi,

    This is not a beta version of microsoft Office 10. The message I get when I try to open word is "this file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Set Associations control panel.

    for onenote it says: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14\ONENOTE.EXE

    The application has failed to start because its side by side configuration is incorrect.. Please see the application event log for more details.

    I just purchased the program online in October 2010.

    Don't know how to find event log association control panel and if I did , I probably wouldn't know what to do once I get there.

    Your response appreciated.

    Thanks,

    cpres60
     
  6. HiTechCoach

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    Have you tried repair Office?

    To run the repair:
    In the control panel go to add/remove programs. Run the Office installer and select the repair option.
     
  7. cpres60

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    Don't see an Office installer; is it possible I inadvertently erased the main program files?
     
  8. HiTechCoach

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    Sure it is possible. Since we don't have the exact history of everything done toe the PC, it will be hard for us to know for sure what happened.

    Have you tied installed the software again?
     
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