Microsoft Office 95 / 97 / 2000

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  1. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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    #161 vanelle, Jun 9, 2020
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    nothing new
    already mentiond here

    @Artemus2013 can you please scan the CD's and send me the Artwork ?
    BTW: still missing the artwork from here https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/microsoft-office-95-97-2000.29933/page-8#post-1600647
     
  2. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    This "O9PRMCD02.iso SHA-1: 93db85cfef735883df9ac627e10cfbd7b40a42d3" - is it or an svf for it accessible some place?
     
  3. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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    @Artemus2013
    I ask you kindly for the third time to scan your Cd's and contribute
    MDL is not a ONEWAY
    is there any reason why you ignore my request?
     
  4. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    The file naming convention you use makes sense to me.
    The MSDN discs - well, that's what is printed on the CD face, so it makes sense too.

    As long as the file names are short enough and use consistent abbreviations, that would matter most to me.

    Example:

    en_office_2000_pro_sr0_msdn_cd1.iso
    en_office_2000_pro_sr0_msdn_cd2.iso

    en_office2000_premium_sr1a_msdn_cd1.iso
    en_office2000_premium_sr1a_msdn_cd2.iso

    It gets trickier with editions that are essentially the same product, but only have one file or a few directory dates that differ.

    meh...