How can I edit an Office 2003 MST file?

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how did u create it in the 1st place?
Answered 08/18/2008 by: kiptek
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Wise Studio Package, ORCA. Check out the main site and look under tools.
Answered 08/18/2008 by: Thegunner
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Rubbish you definatly do NOT want to use any MSI authoring tool to modify office. Use the office resource kit thats relevant for your office version, this is the correct way to make office transforms.

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Answered 08/18/2008 by: Inabus
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Thanks for the replies. I already have a tranform but I need to change one item in it. What tool within the Office 2003 Resource kit can I use for this? Or any other tool? Thanks again.
Answered 08/19/2008 by: trajan
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Its called the Custom Installation Wizard, allows you to modify or create office transforms, include reg files, files, tweak menus etc etc.

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Answered 08/19/2008 by: Inabus
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Thanks.
Answered 08/19/2008 by: trajan
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Inabus,

This worked great, I was able to edit the MST. One more question. When I opened the MST file I only modified one settings, does all the other settings remain unchanged? And when I am done is it safe to just copy the "new" mst over the "old" one? Thanks again
Answered 08/21/2008 by: trajan
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Yes, all other settings remains unchanged.
You should be able to just replace the old MST if you hanve not installed office yet. If already installed you need to replace the cached MST on the client and then execute a reinstall.
Answered 08/21/2008 by: AngelD
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