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Installing Microsoft* Office XP Standard Edition and Microsoft* Publisher 2002
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 98, 2000, ME, NT, or XP Minimum Requirements: (for Microsoft* Windows* 2000; other Windows* operating systems are similar) • 345 MB of available hard disk space for the custom installation of Microsoft* Office XP, and the standard installation of Media Content, and Microsoft* Publisher 2002; or • 530 MB of available hard disk space for the complete installation of Microsoft Office XP, and the standard installation of the Media Content and Microsoft Publisher 2002;

And, if desired: • An additional 550 MB of hard disk space if you choose to install the complete Media Content. Other: • A minimum of 100 MB hard disk space should be available after the installation of Microsoft Office XP, the Media Content, and Microsoft Publisher 2002.

Contents:
Complete Installation Directions for Office XP If you have more than 630 MB of total available disk space...................................2 Custom Installation Directions for Office XP If you have between 445 and 630 MB of available disk space................................3 Installation Directions for Office XP Media Content .........................................6 Installation Directions for Publisher 2002..........................................................7 Updating Office XP To add features after a standard or custom installation of Office XP......................8

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Complete Installation of Microsoft Office XP
The complete installation of Office XP will install all possible options so that you will not need the Office XP disk to run or install certain features. However, it does require almost 200 MB more than the custom installation (described on page 3).
1. Uninstall any older versions of Office. It is not recommended that you keep two different versions of Office on the same computer. 2. Insert the Microsoft Office XP Disk and wait for it to start running automatically. Or, install it from Control Panel by clicking Start, then Settings, then Control Panel, and then clicking Add/Remove Programs. 3. Enter the Product Key. Click Next. 4. Read, then click I accept in the License Agreement dialog box. Click Next. 5. If you want to change the default installation location, click Browse and choose a new location. 6. Choose the Complete installation type. Note: You must have more than 630 MB of total available disk space; if you do not, see page 3 for Custom installation. 7. Click Next.
Choose Complete

8. Check the space required and the space available on your hard drive to be sure that it is sufficient. 9. Click Install.

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10. The installation screen appears to show you the installation progress. 11. Click Yes to restart your computer if prompted.

Custom Installation of Microsoft Office XP
This custom installation of Office XP requires only 4 MB more than the standard installation, but by performing a custom installation, you will have access to all the PowerPoint templates, Microsoft Equation Editor (an optional tool used in Module 5), and if desired, Microsoft Photo Editor (an optional tool to edit and resize images).
1. Uninstall any older versions of Microsoft Office. It is not recommended that you keep two different versions of Microsoft Office on the same computer. 2. Insert the Microsoft Office XP Disk and wait for it to start running automatically. Or, install it from Control Panel by clicking Start, then Settings, then Control Panel, and then clicking Add/Remove Programs. 3. Enter the Product Key. Click Next. 4. Read, then click I accept in the License Agreement dialog box. Click Next. 5. If you want to change the default installation location, click Browse and choose a new location. 6. Choose the Custom installation type. 7. Click Next.

Choose Custom

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8. Check the space required and the space available on your hard drive to be sure that it is sufficient. 9. Select Choose detailed installation options for each application. 10. Click Next.

11. Click the + (plus sign) next to Microsoft PowerPoint for Windows to reveal the submenu. 12. Click the down-arrow next to Design Templates and click Run all from My Computer.

13. In the same dialog box, scroll down to Office Tools. 14. Click the + (plus sign) next to Office Tools to reveal the submenu.

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15. Click the down-arrow next to Equation Editor and click Run all from My Computer.

16. If you want to install Microsoft Photo Editor, scroll to the end of the Office Tools list, click the down-arrow next to Microsoft Photo Editor, and click Run all from My Computer. 17. Click Next.

18. Check the space required and available. 19. Click Install.

20. The installation screen appears to show you the installation progress. 21. Click Yes to restart your computer if prompted.

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Installation of Microsoft Office XP Media Content
Office XP Media Content includes the Microsoft* Clip Organizer and a library of clip art and other media files that users can insert in Office documents.
1. Insert the Microsoft Office XP Media Content Disk. 2. When the Supplemental End-User License Agreement appears, read the agreement, then click I accept. Click Next. 3. If you have sufficient disk space (650 MB or more, after the installation of Office XP), choose the Complete installation type; if you have limited disk space (between 275 and 650 MB), choose Install Now for the standard installation. The standard installation copies only the Microsoft Clip Organizer (a collection of catalog files) on the local hard disk and leaves the media files (or clips) to run from the CD. 4. Click Next. Note: If you choose Install Now, you will need to keep your Office XP media disk available to insert some clip art, sound files, and other media elements. 5. Check the space required and the space available on your hard drive to be sure that it is sufficient. 6. Click Install. 7. The installation screen appears to show you the installation progress. 8. When installation is complete, you will see a dialog box that states, “Microsoft Office XP Media Content Setup has completed successfully.” Click OK.

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Installing Microsoft* Publisher Version 2002
1. Insert the Microsoft* Publisher 2002 Disk and wait for it to start running automatically. Or, install it from Control Panel by clicking Start, then Settings, then Control Panel, and then clicking Add/Remove Programs. 2. Enter the Product Key. Click Next. 3. Read, then click I accept in the License Agreement dialog box. Click Next. 4. Determine where you want the installation, or accept the default setting. 5. Choose Install Now for the standard installation. 6. Click Next.

7. Check the space required and the space available on your hard drive to be sure that it is sufficient. 8. Click Install.

9. The installation screen appears to show you the installation progress. 10. When complete, you will see a dialog box that states, “Microsoft Publisher 2002 Setup has completed successfully.” Click OK.

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Updating Microsoft Office XP
If you performed a standard installation and now want to update Office XP to include additional features, follow the directions below.
1. Insert the Microsoft Office XP Disk. 2. Double-click “My Computer,” then double-click the CD drive (or right-click and choose Open). 3. Double-click the setup.exe file. Note: You can also start the installation setup from Control Panel by clicking Start, then Settings, then Control Panel, and then clicking Add/Remove Programs. When the new window opens, choose Change or Remove Programs. Select Microsoft XP and click Change. 4. Click the radial button next to Add or Remove Features. Click Next.

5. In the Features to install section, click the + (plus sign) next to the application that you want to change, such as Office Tools to install Microsoft Equation Editor or Microsoft Photo Editor. 6. Go through steps 11-17 beginning on page 4 to select your desired updates. 7. Click Update. 8. The installation screen appears to show you the installation progress. 9. When complete, you will see a dialog box that states, “Microsoft Office XP Standard Setup has completed successfully.” Click OK.

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