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  1. Re: Merge: edit data and header sources (2003 (als

    Thanks to the hint by jscher2000, we found a workaround: When all three documents (main, header, data) are copied to the local hard drive, we can run the merge correcting the paths, and then save the...
  2. Merge: edit data and header sources (2003 (also tr

    I have dozens of users who use Word merge every day with data downloaded from our administrative systems in tab-delimited format. Most of these users use a separate header file that defines the...
  3. Re: Edit ODBC external data source (2002/2000)

    Thank you. Though I searched and searched before I posted my question, I didn't manage to find that thread. I think it has the answers I need. Sande
  4. Edit ODBC external data source (2002/2000)

    A long time ago, I found in the Microsoft knowledgebase an article containing a VBA macro that let a user edit the ODBC data source information stored in a PivotTable in Excel. (I think it was Excel...
  5. Since SP3 Office no longer installs for ALLUSERS=2 (Office 2000 Pro SP-3)

    About a month ago, we pushed out Windows 2000 Pro Service Pack 3. At the same time, I updated our administrative installation point for Office 2000 SR-1 Pro with the latest patches, and we pushed an...
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    Re: Potential Service Pack 3 Problems

    You're right, it doesn't always happen: I just applied SP3 to a Compaq Deskpro EP that started with IE6 and WMP 7.1. and IE version 6.0 stayed put, with its latest patches. And I think the WMP 7.1...
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    Re: Potential Service Pack 3 Problems

    No, I didn't try uninstalling SP3. It seems to be stable (on my IBM ThinkPad 600X), so I didn't want to risk anything else going wrong.

    In the next week, I should be able to test my theory twice...
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    Re: Potential Service Pack 3 Problems

    Here's another gotcha in SP3: I had upgraded Internet Explorer (IE) to version 6.0, so I could take advantage of continuing support and security patches. To go with IE6, I installed Windows Media...
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