How to Install MS Office 2003

Least System Requirements for Ms Office 2003 Professional

Processor: 233 MHz or higher; Pentium III recommended.

Functioning System: Windows 2000 Support Pack 3 or later, or Windows XP or later. install

RAM: 64 MB (minimum); 128 MB (recommended)

Hard drive space: 450 MEGABYTES.

Note: Hard disk space utilization varies with regards to the construction; Custom installation choices may require more or less hard disk space; selection of the ‘Complete’ installation choice will require more hard drive space. The above outlined requirement is for the arrears configuration.

Details on the system requirements for Ms Office 2003 Professional and specific items and services can be found at the Microsoft help and support website. 

The Unit installation Process

Insert the Office 2003 Installation CD into your CD drive. After having a few seconds of duplication installation files to your computer, the installation will begin. If the installation does not start automatically, open ‘My Computer’, then open the OFFICE11 COMPACT DISK, and double-click the SETUPPRO. EXE.

You will be prompted for any office 2003 product key.

Type the product key from the spine of the CD. Just use five characters per field box, and ensure that there are a total of 25 characters. If you are finished, click ‘Next’. In case you are not able to locate the product key then click on the windows help icon on the product key page to open the Microsoft help topic webpage.

Another screen of the Office 2003 Installer will prompt you for your user name, initials, and organisation. Click ‘Next’ once this information is entered correctly.

The next window displays the End-User License Agreement (EULA). Click the checkbox at the lower part corresponding to ‘I acknowledge the conditions in the License Agreement’. It is recommended that you go through this once. Then click ‘Next’.

Another window displays the installation options for Office 2003. If you just want to install anything that Office provides, click on the selection button corresponding to ‘Complete’ under the ‘or choose an install type’ option. In that case click ‘Next’ at the end of the window. The other options are as follows:

Typical Install: As the name implies, this option installs the programs and options most commonly employed by the masses. Complete Install: Sets up every program and every option that your model has to offer onto hard drive.

Minimal Set up: This really is a bare-bones set up this is a viable choice if you’re low on hard drive space.

Custom Install: Here’s where you’ll find maximum configurability. In case you have a good idea of how you’ll be using Business office and its individual applications, this selection will let you tailor the set up more tightly to your specific needs. If you do a complete install, down the road, you can always set up any component that you want. Of course, you will need any office COMPACT DISK to do this. With the large hard runs of today, if you have the storage to spare, we recommend the ‘Complete Install’ option, specifically if you will use the software to produce work under time limitations. Limited or partial installation of Office can create problems at the most inopportune moments. You might call up what you would expect to be a tedious feature in Word, for example, and discover that the feature was never installed in the first place. When that happens, this program will run an installation routine that phone calls for the installation COMPACT DISC to be located in the original CD drive that was used during installation.

If you may have the CD quick, it’s easy enough to cancel the routine and continue work without that feature, but as you may expect, this doesn’t always work smoothly. You’ve probably seen

Word, or another Office component, crash-more than once-when this software tried out to install an expected feature and the original installation CD wasn’t available.

Once you’re done choosing what type of mount to do, the ‘Begin Installation’ window will appear. Click the ‘Install’ button at the bottom of the window. This will start the process of setting up Microsoft Office 2003 on your computer. After starting installation, a progress pub will be displayed demonstrating that Microsoft Office 2003 is currently being installed on your computer. The time to complete the install will vary structured how fast your computer is.

The installer will inform you when the setup is complete. You will have the choice to check for Microsoft Office updates and delete your installation files. Ensure that ‘Check the Web for updates and additional downloads’ is checked, which ‘Delete installation files’ is unchecked. This is to ensure that if Office later finds a file missing, or if a file goes corrupt, it can recover it from these installation files. Mouse click the ‘Finish’ button.