First of all, everyone offended please accept my apologies for posting a query which may have been answered elsewhere. The solution sought is to create a single install file for office 2010+sp2+post sp2 updates and then just update it every month. OS is windows 8.1 x64 Every month, MS releases office 2010 and 2013 updates. Instead of patching with updates, I download all the updates, and extract the x-none files, and overwrite previous x-none files if applicable. Then I uninstall office. This removes the program and all updates. Then I reinstall with all updates, and restore activation already done long time back with ATM. I find this process to be conserving of disk space than installing new updates on top of old. For office 2013, things are quite easy. I have office 2013 pro x64 with sp1 (exe) of 833 MB. This I extract using winzip. Then, I put the updates (x-none format) in the updates folder of the extracted exe. Then it is a simple matter of 1. running setup from the complete office 2013 folder (which has updates in updates folder). 2 installation completes in 5-10 mins. 3. restore activation. The program and all latest updates are installed and all is good. For office 2010, unfortunately I find that it takes more time. I have a office 2010 pro plus x64 rtm and sp2 which I have used to create a office 2010 with sp2 x64 iso of 1.81 GB. My normal process is: 1. mount iso, run setup, install office 2010 from iso with a trial key. 2. Restore activation when 1 is done. 3. install all x-none updates. Now pt 3 in office 2010 is cumbersome and it takes 10 mins for step 1 to complete and another 10-15 mins for completing step 3. My query is that is there a way to add all updates for office 2010 beforehand in the install file so that both 1 and 3 are done at the same time. There are web based/torrent files which have this file but why download 1-2 GB when I have the complete files (which are office 2010, sp2, and x-none updates). I would be extremely grateful if someone could please help or post a link as to how I do this.