Install and Repair Microsoft® Office 2007
How to install and repair 2007 Microsoft® Office 2007 applications and features?
Microsoft® Office 2007 is the latest version of the extremely popular Windows® productivity suite. The software suite includes a number of applications including Word 2007, PowerPoint® 2007, Excel® 2007, OneNote® 2007, Outlook® 2007, Access® 2007, Publisher™ 2007, InfoPath™ 2007 and Groove® 2007. These applications provide everyone from home users to professional corporate settings with a comprehensive set of tools for everything from multimedia projects and presentations to database management and an integrated “cloud” solution. However, you can also install and repair Microsoft® Office 2007 applications and features that can make the software suite even more powerful. These can provide new collaboration and communication features or simply improve the overall user experience.
Here are a few of the scenarios you will encounter when you install and repair 2007 Office applications and features:
- How to install Microsoft® Office 2007 features?
- How to repair Microsoft® Office 2007 applications and features?
- Repairing corrupted files in Microsoft® Office 2007
How to install Microsoft® Office 2007 features?
The average user should not typically worry about installing Microsoft® Office 2007 features as these will automatically be installed when you try to use them. However, if they are not automatically installed, you can follow the steps as follows. First, close all running programs, then navigate to ‘‘Add or Remove Programs.’’ The path for this is: Start→Control Panel→Add or Remove Programs. Next, click on Microsoft® Office 2007, followed by Change. Then you will have to click ‘‘Add or Remove Features,’’ and then click continue. Now you will be able to select the features you wish to install and the installation method that best suits your needs.
How to repair Microsoft® Office 2007 applications and features?
After installing Microsoft® Office 2007 you may encounter with some of the issues such as missing installation files and registry settings. In order to detect and repair these problems, you will have to run the Office diagnostics tool from within an Microsoft® Office 2007 program. To do this, click the ‘‘Help’’ menu and then follow this path Office Diagnostics→Continue→Start Diagnostics. If you are working from within a ribbon-based 2007 Office program, you will have to click the Microsoft Office Button, then go to the ‘‘Options,’’ then ‘‘Resources,’’ and then ‘‘Diagnose.’’ If a problem is detected, the software will attempt to fix it automatically.
While the majority of applications within Microsoft® Office 2007 will attempt to automatically recover corrupted files, there are rare occasions where you will have to manually repair a file. To do this, navigate to ‘‘File’’ and then to ‘‘Open.’’ Then, select the file you wish to repair. Rather than opening it, click the arrow next to the ‘‘Open’’ button and then click ‘‘Open and Repair.’’ You will then be prompted with to select a repair method that best suits your needs.