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    I am using Windows Vista Home Premium and Office Professional 2007. When I try downloading ClipArt from Microsoft's ClipArt Online site, I receive a Error message 0x80070003.
    I looked it up on Microsoft's support site and it talks about installing various software, etc. but nothing that applies to me.

    Any suggestions?
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    What is the text of the error message?

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    [quote name='HansV' post='768135' date='29-Mar-2009 14:33']What is the text of the error message?[/quote]
    Here it is, Hans.
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    I'm sorry, I can't find anything that's really relevant to your problem. I hope that someone else will have a useful suggestion.

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    [quote name='novice' post='768303' date='30-Mar-2009 13:00'][/quote]

    Has this ever worked on this machine? Is this a new install of Office? If Office 2007 SP-1 installed? Is Office up-to-date with patches?

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    The "0x80070003" is a mainly a Windows update error, but, there are some where the default "User" path has been changed.

    What is the default save as path for your Office files?
    Also on which drive is your Office installed?

    Also do you have Vista SP1 installed?

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    [quote name='DaveA' post='768373' date='30-Mar-2009 18:40']The "0x80070003" is a mainly a Windows update error, but, there are some where the default "User" path has been changed.

    What is the default save as path for your Office files?
    Also on which drive is your Office installed?

    Also do you have Vista SP1 installed?[/quote]

    I do have SP1 installed [sorry! I should have indicated that earlier].

    My file path for Office is:
    C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Microsoft Office

    The default save path is:
    Computer > OS (C > Users > XXXXXXX > Documents

    I no longer get emails notifying me of replys in Woody's Lounge. Should I make some selection in the Lounge to remedy that? It's hard to work with someone when you don't know they are online and trying to help you.
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    We had problems with our e-mail server yesterday, but at the moment notifications are being sent again.
    Make sure that "Enable 'Email Notification' by default?" is ticked and that an option other than "No e-mail notification" is selected in Email options in your Lounge Control Panel.
    That should automatically tick the check box "Enable email notification of replies?" for each post/reply that you submit.

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    I just tried it on my Vista machine with 2007, it worked, BUT, it have to do a ActiveX install and a Clip art Manager had to be installed.

    Did these get installed on your machine?

    You should have seen the messages, as you MUST click the UAC screen for them to be installed. If you have the UAC turned off or bypassed, that may be another problem.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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