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I need to check that my install of Office 2007 has SharePoint support enabled. But Microsoft Office is not showing up in the Add/Remove programs control panel (I'm on XP). Is there another way of running the setup program so I can get at the "add/remove features" part of Office setup?

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OK, this was me being really stupid. I was looking for "Microsoft Office Suite" and I should have been looking for "Microsoft Office Enterprise". Running repair made Sharepoint office integration work again. – Mark Heath Sep 24 '09 at 13:26
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You can just run it from the install CD

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I assume he doesn't have that ;-) Might be an enterprise computer – Ivo Flipse Sep 23 '09 at 11:46
Then he may have himself a slight problem :) – Col Sep 23 '09 at 12:01
You could probably download the microsoft office trial and run it's setup routine although there is a possibility of it going horribly wrong. – Col Sep 23 '09 at 12:41

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