Office 2007 Update rollups


D

Deneb

I am creating a Office 2007 Network Install point and I want to include the
updates in the initial installation. Or as the readme file in the update
folder states; "Any patches placed in this folder will be applied during
initial install." The problem is, I can not find the roll ups. Does anyone
know if Office 2007 update rollups exist? If so where might I find it.
 
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Bob Buckland ?:-\)

Hi Douglas,

If by rollup you're looking for a Service Pack for Office 2007, there hasn't been one released yet.

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I am creating a Office 2007 Network Install point and I want to include the
updates in the initial installation. Or as the readme file in the update
folder states; "Any patches placed in this folder will be applied during
initial install." The problem is, I can not find the roll ups. Does anyone
know if Office 2007 update rollups exist? If so where might I find it. >>
--

Bob Buckland ?:)
MS Office System Products MVP

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*
 
B

Bob Bailin

Deneb said:
I am creating a Office 2007 Network Install point and I want to include the
updates in the initial installation. Or as the readme file in the update
folder states; "Any patches placed in this folder will be applied during
initial install." The problem is, I can not find the roll ups. Does anyone
know if Office 2007 update rollups exist? If so where might I find it.

You have to put the .msp version of the patches in the Updates folder,
which you can download from the Windows Update catalog, or by running
each update's .exe file from a command prompt with the /extract flag.

Bob
 
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musab siddig

i need office



Dene wrote:

Office 2007 Update rollups
13-Sep-07

I am creating a Office 2007 Network Install point and I want to include the
updates in the initial installation. Or as the readme file in the update
folder states; "Any patches placed in this folder will be applied during
initial install." The problem is, I can not find the roll ups. Does anyone
know if Office 2007 update rollups exist? If so where might I find it

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Network Administrator

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Office 2007 Update rollups
I am creating a Office 2007 Network Install point and I want to include the
updates in the initial installation. Or as the readme file in the update
folder states; "Any patches placed in this folder will be applied during
initial install." The problem is, I can not find the roll ups. Does anyone
know if Office 2007 update rollups exist? If so where might I find it

--
Network Administrator

Sorry, I forgot a detail, my nameDouglas Edwards MCSE MCTNetwork
Sorry, I forgot a detail, my nam

Douglas Edwards MCSE MC
Network Administrato

:

-\) wrote:

Hi Douglas,If by rollup you're looking for a Service Pack for Office 2007,
Hi Douglas

If by rollup you're looking for a Service Pack for Office 2007, there hasn't been one released yet

===============
I am creating a Office 2007 Network Install point and I want to include th
updates in the initial installation. Or as the readme file in the updat
folder states; "Any patches placed in this folder will be applied durin
initial install." The problem is, I can not find the roll ups. Does anyon
know if Office 2007 update rollups exist? If so where might I find it. >
--

Bob Buckland ?:-
MS Office System Products MV

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*

Re: Office 2007 Update rollups

You have to put the .msp version of the patches in the Updates folder
which you can download from the Windows Update catalog, or by runnin
each update's .exe file from a command prompt with the /extract flag

Bob


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