Install Office 2010 from local installation source

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  1. MyDigito

    MyDigito MDL Member

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    #1 MyDigito, Sep 10, 2012
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    Installing the Office 2010 SP1 It_LP. Installing the second LP. Copy the folder Msocache. I did a clean install of Windows. Reinstalling Office 2010 Msocache folder (Only 727Mb and Lp are integrated). Windows updates shows Office SP1 pack. Why don't have SP1 Msocache folder?
    Why do I installed MSOCache, because takes up less space.
     
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  2. NICK@NUMBER11

    NICK@NUMBER11 MDL Expert

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    Why dont you just complete a custom admin installation, have all the defaults and updates you want?
     
  3. MyDigito

    MyDigito MDL Member

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    I have the internet too slow to pull the new Office. The best would be, if I could just copy someone's computer to own computer. Office 2010 SP1 is another language pack. After I installed the second language pack.
    Second language pack is now integrated and no longer need to install it.
    Of course, it takes less space. Office installation Pack only 727Mb. Thats why I install from local installation source. I thought that SP1 is also integrated and no need install language pack.
     
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