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MSOffice 2003 Pro installs fine, but cannot see it under ALL

I installed MSOffice Pro 2003 fine in WIN7 and I can find it under Programs86 but not under Start, All Programs.
This is a re-install after WIN7 install and before it always showed up.
I did a custom install of 2003 and selected Publisher, Access and Word, since I later want to install MSOffice 2010.
But why do I not see 2003 under All Programs now?

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Clarification Request
(NT) Did you try putting shortcuts in All Users?
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MSOffice 2003 and WIN7

I do not understand that question re shortcuts. Can you please be a little more specific?
Thanks

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I was specific.

Since Windows XP and even before then there is an All Users menu area so it's considered a basic bit of Windows Administration to use that to get a shortcut into all users.

Here's a link on this -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Start_menu

Under technical details they list the All Users start menu location for each version of Windows.
Bob

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