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    When I installed Microsoft Office XP with FrontPage I didn't install anything but Word. Now I want to install some of the other Office programs but I have no idea how to do it.

    I tried inserting the original CD but I didn't see how to install any of the other Office tools. I want to get back to the place where you select just which ones you want to install.

    Office is far from being my favorite program, so I need some assistance, please.

    Gloria
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    Find Microsoft Office in Add or Remove Programs

    Click on Change

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    Wait until it loads up, then select Add or Remove Features...

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    Have your Office XP CD at hand, you'll need it.

    Select Start | Control Panel.
    Open "Add or remove programs".
    Wait until the list of installed programs has appeared.
    Scroll down to Microsoft Office XP and select it.
    Click the Change button.
    Wait until the Setup dialog is ready.
    Click "Add or remove features", then click Next>.
    You'll see a list of Office components; each will have a dropdown, and some can be expanded.
    For example, if you want to add Excel, click the dropdown list for Excel and select "Run from my computer".
    Repeat for each component that you want to make available.
    When you're done, click Update.
    You'll probably be asked to insert the Office XP CD now.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='795519' date='29-Sep-2009 12:15']Have your Office XP CD at hand, you'll need it.

    Select Start | Control Panel.
    Open "Add or remove programs".
    Wait until the list of installed programs has appeared.
    Scroll down to Microsoft Office XP and select it.
    Click the Change button.
    Wait until the Setup dialog is ready.
    Click "Add or remove features", then click Next>.
    You'll see a list of Office components; each will have a dropdown, and some can be expanded.
    For example, if you want to add Excel, click the dropdown list for Excel and select "Run from my computer".
    Repeat for each component that you want to make available.
    When you're done, click Update.
    You'll probably be asked to insert the Office XP CD now.[/quote]

    Thank you Hans and Leif.
    I saw the list of components like the one I saw at installation. I selected the one I wanted and everything is fine now.

    Thanks again for your ste-by-step instructions.

    Gloria
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