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Office XP Update: Service Pack 2 (SP2) provides the latest updates to Microsoft Office XP. Office XP SP2 contains significant security enhancements, as well as stability and performance improvements. Some of the fixes included with SP2 have been previously released as separate updates. This service pack combines them into one update. Microsoft recommends that users install the Office XP SP2 update using the Office Product Updates site. This site will detect your Office installation, prompt you to install exactly what you need to be fully updated, and can minimize the time required to download this update. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.




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Method 1: Microsoft Update (recommended)To download the service pack from Microsoft Update, visit the following Microsoft website:Microsoft UpdateEnrolling in Microsoft Update is the recommended way to update products to SP3. Microsoft Update will detect which products that you have installed, and then apply all updates to the products.Method 2: Download the SP3 package from Microsoft Update CatalogTo get the stand-alone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website.For more information about how to download Microsoft support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:


2007 Microsoft Office Service Pack 3 supports removal of client updates by using both the command line and the Microsoft Service Pack Uninstall Tool for the 2007 Microsoft Office suite. The Service Pack Uninstall Tool is available as a separate download.


Microsoft Office XP (codenamed Office 10[7]) is an office suite which was officially revealed in July 2000 by Microsoft for the Windows operating system. Office XP was released to manufacturing on March 5, 2001,[8] and was later made available to retail on May 31, 2001, less than five months prior to the release of Windows XP.[1] It is the successor to Office 2000 and the predecessor of Office 2003. A Mac OS X equivalent, Microsoft Office v. X was released on November 19, 2001.


After the release of Office XP, Microsoft provided a repository for downloadable smart tags on its website.[42] Examples of third-party companies that produced smart tags after the release of Office XP include ESPN,[43] Expedia,[44] FedEx,[45] and MSNBC.[46] Microsoft released a Euro Currency Converter smart tag when new euro coins and notes were introduced on January 1, 2002.[47]


When upgrading from a previous version of Office, Office XP retains the user's previous configuration. Office XP can also be installed directly from an administrative image hosted on a web server via HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP.[39] The Office Resource Kit includes various improvements to deployment functionality when compared with the Office 2000 version. A new Setup INI Customization Wizard allows administrators to customize the Office XP INI configuration file prior to deployment. The Custom Installation Wizard can prohibit the installation, use, or uninstallation of programs or features such as the Run from Network and Installed on First Use setup options. Finally, the Custom Maintenance Wizard has been updated to provide customization options to configure Office XP including user preferences and security settings.[64] The Save My Settings Wizard, introduced in Office 2000 as an optional download for Microsoft account users to remotely store their Office settings to the Office Update web site,[65] has been updated to support importing and exporting backups to local storage or to a network share.[66]


Then download and install SP3 directly. Download the "Full File" titled:OfficeXpSp3-kb832671-fulefile-enu.exe (58925 KB).Office XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) =85af7bfd-6f69-4289-8bd1-eb966bcdfb5e&displaylang=en-- Carey FrischMicrosoft MVPWindows XP - Shell/UserMicrosoft Newsgroups-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"shannie5236" wrote: I tried installing Office XP service pack 3, but, like many other people, I don't have the Microsoft Office CD to insert when prompted. I figured I wouldn't install this update and ignore it. However, I just tried to open Excel to work on something and I received a message that said Windows in trying to update Microsoft Office with Front Page and I need to insert the CD (which I don't have). It also says I could browse for the file 'PROPLUS.MSI' (which I can't find on my computer). I can't open Excel, but all the other Microsoft Office Applications work just fine. Any advice on where to find PROPLUS.MSI or on how to get Excel work? I'd really appreciate it!!


Still got the same error messages and request to install Xp with Frontpage...Had to abort installation.After many hours of fighting, I manage to restore the system to a time (2 months ago) directly before the computer first attempted to download and install the update automatically. I have now had to amend the Automatic Update settings to only 'advise of updates' (without downloading or installing) because once it attempts to install, then the damage is done and despite the update failing, it still causes Excel errors.So, I system restored back 2 months, switched off Auto Updates and finally, Excel now works OK. I don't have automatic updates anymore, but in the circumstances, this is probably best.RgdsSean


Download Microsoft Office XP Service pack 3 ISO for Windows XP or any other Windows OS. Click on the direct link given below to download Microsoft Office XP. To download other editions like Professional, Small business, or any other editions, please scroll down.


Microsoft Office XP (codenamed Office 10) is an office suite created and distributed by Microsoft for the Windows operating system. Office XP was released to manufacturing on March 5, 2001,[1] and was later made available to retail on May 31, 2001, less than five months prior to the release of Windows XP. It is the successor to Office 2000 and the predecessor to Office 2003. A Mac OS X equivalent, Microsoft Office v. X, was released on November 19, 2001.


Microsoft released a total of three service packs for Office XP that introduced security enhancements, stability improvements, and fixes for software bugs throughout the product's lifecycle. All service packs were made available as separate Client and Full File updates. Client updates were intended for users who installed Office XP from a CD-ROM and could be obtained from the Microsoft Office Update website or as standalone downloads, required the Office XP installation media during the installation process and could not be rolled back after they were installed. Full file updates do not require access to installation media and were intended for network administrators to deploy updates to Office XP users who installed the product from a server location; however, users could also manually install full file updates. Full file updates require Windows Installer 2.0; Office XP shipped with version 1.1. On September 25, 2001, Microsoft released Windows Installer 2.0 redistributables for Windows 9x, as well as for Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000. Windows Installer 2.0 shipped with Windows XP.


After the release of Office XP, Microsoft provided a repository for downloadable smart tags on its website. Examples of third-party companies that produced smart tags after the release of Office XP include ESPN, Expedia, FedEx, and MSNBC. Microsoft released a Euro Currency Converter smart tag when new euro coins and notes were introduced on January 1, 2002.


When upgrading from a previous version of Office, Office XP retains the user's previous configuration. Office XP can also be installed directly from an administrative image hosted on a web server via HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP.[2] The Office Resource Kit includes various improvements to deployment functionality when compared with the Office 2000 version. A new Setup INI Customization Wizard allows administrators to customize the Office XP INI configuration file prior to deployment. The Custom Installation Wizard can prohibit the installation, use, or uninstallation of programs or features such as the Run from Network and Installed on First Use setup options. Finally, the Custom Maintenance Wizard has been updated to provide customization options to configure Office XP including user preferences and security settings. The Save My Settings Wizard, introduced in Office 2000 as an optional download for Microsoft account users to remotely store their Office settings to the Office Update web site, has been updated to support importing and exporting backups to local storage or to a network share.


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