Usually I can go to Add/remove programs in the Control Panel and select Office. It then offers another menu that allows me to add what I forgot.
After having trouble with my hard drive, I replaced it with a new one, and I?m now trying to do a new install of all my previous software that I had loaded.
My new install of Windows 98 Second Edition went well and slowly rebooting after every new install of software, I started rebuilding everything that I had before.
Because I knew that I would need to have access to the internet and wanted to be sure that I was protected, I loaded Norton SystemWorks 2004 and Norton AntiVirus 2004 first and got all the current updates loaded after getting Windows all setup with all the drivers it needed.
So far, no trouble, I then got on the internet, went to Microsoft?s update center and downloaded all the critical updates. This took several reboots and several downloads to get completely updated.
Then I started loading my Microsoft Office 97. The first time I loaded my Microsoft Office 97 CD. A little square animated splash screen came up offering three choices; Install Microsoft Office, Key Information for Upgraders and New Users, and Explore the office 97 ValuPack. After doing a custom install, I installed everything except for Outlook, I use Outlook Express. I rebooted and realized that I hadn?t loaded Microsoft PhotoEd along with some of the stuff that was in the ValuPack. Now when I insert the Microsoft Office 97 CD the little square animated splash screen doesn?t come up instead a window's folder opens up showing the contents of the Microsoft Office 97 CD. When I try to run the CD?s setup file by keying in ?E:\setup? I get a different menu. It wants to know if I want to reinstall or uninstall and so on. I don?t see where to load Microsoft PhotoEd or how to get to the ValuPack.
Can anyone help?