Hi ,

My client has MS office 2000 on their machines with MS Outlook 2000 by default.
Now , the requirement is to just upgrade MS outlook 2000 to MS Outlook 2003 .My understanding says that the whole MS office has to be upgraded to 2003 in order get MS Outlook 2003 on the machines.

Is their any way where we could just upgrade MS Outlook 2000 to 2003 without affecting rest of MS Office 2000.Any suggstions will be highly apppreciated.

Deepak
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My understanding says that the whole MS office has to be upgraded to 2003 in order get MS Outlook 2003 on the machines.
Then your understanding is 180 degrees opposite to mine, although I *am* struggling to understand why anyone would want to upgrade a single core component of Office like this.
Answered 11/17/2008 by: VBScab
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Please elaborate your understanding mate......Forget why the client required that ..
Answered 11/17/2008 by: dpu_bansal83
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Please elaborate your understanding mate...... What's to elaborate?!? :) Create your transform against the Office MSI using the Resource Kit/Customisation Tool (I forget which it is for Office 2003) and select to install Outlook only. Er, that's it.
Answered 11/17/2008 by: VBScab
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