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Suddenly and inexplicably...and only as of today, when I try to open Excel or any of my many Excel documents, Windows Installer initiates and starts searching for set up files and Roger is a contributing editor for Fawcette Technical Publication's Visual Basic Programmer's Journal (http://www.vbpj.com/); his "Database Design" columns and feature articles on Microsoft database technology appear regularly in VBPJ. After I click cancel on the final pop up, the program I wanted comes up. Office Xp Sp3 After installing the same pop ups occurred.
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