I have a working Office 2013 package already in place with Setup.exe Version 15.0.4454.1000 (11/10/2012). Now I want to add MS Visio to this package folder. I like to use a single folder because common components and lang pack filed are the same. Saves disk space ;-)
But the Setup.exe of the Visio ISO is older (V 15.0.4420.1017 10/1/2012).
I cant use the VISIO one to install Office and also not the Office one to install Visio...

Is there a trick somehow or is it necessary to redownload newest sources from both product? Can I find out which setup.exe (bootstrapper) Version is in which ISO? Maybe the number at the end (e.g. X18-55522) of an ISO gives me a hint?

Thx for help

MikeĀ 
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Have you tried renaming the Visio version of setup.exe to setupv.exe (for example). Then you can run them sequentially.  Disk space is so cheap these days, is it really worth all that effort to save a few Mb ?
Answered 06/25/2015 by: EdT
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