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This document explains how to correct Microsoft Office if it is not working or crashes frequently. These solutions apply to Office 2013, 2010 and 2007. For Office 2003 and earlier versions, see Microsoft Office 2000/XP/2003 (Win) - Repairing Corrupted Program Files. Sometimes, you have to completely remove and reinstall Microsoft Office to fix corruption issues: Windows - Office 2007 / 2010 / 2013 - Uninstalling
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Dear AllI'm working on Office 2013 deploymentIn order to avoid having to install Office, then Project, Then Visio, Then InfoPath, I would like to "merge" all installationI know that extracting all DVD in the same folder then you can have a single location point of the install, as I did for Office 2010, But I would like to have 1 single installerI saw all the setup.xml in each "*.ww" folders (ProPlus.ww, Visio.ww ...) & each of them have the list of MSI, CAB, xml ..
I managed to get Office 2013 almost to work with Crossover, but not with Wine 2.0. Latest Wine is supposed to support Office 2013, but I find no tutorials how to actually achieve that. So if the statement about support is true, how do I accomplish installing MS Office 2013 to Ubuntu with Wine 2.0?
The move to Microsoft Office 2013 is often smooth and uneventful, allowing computer users to take advantage of the many advanced features and design improvements that the Office suite provides. But successful software installations are never guaranteed. Windows devices depend on complex interactions among countless hardware and software components. Any unexpected or unwanted components can easily disrupt the installation process or cause poor behavior that must be corrected.
A second option is to use the graphics adapter's management console to disable anti-aliasing features for certain applications such as Office 2013. This means the graphics driver is "smart" enough to see which applications are running and can stop using anti-aliasing like FXAA or morphological filtering as long as Office components are active.
This complaint occurs most often when Office 2013 is being installed through streaming, and it's almost always related to a computer's antimalware tools attempting to scan each file as it streams to the local system. Most commercial endpoint-grade antimalware tools, including Norton, McAfee, Kaspersky and others, have been known to cause such a performance decline.
The second option is to disable or pause the antimalware tool until the Office 2013 installation is complete. However, this is the least desirable option because disabling antimalware protection can leave an endpoint device vulnerable to attack.
This can be particularly frustrating because there may be a considerable time between the successful start of an Office 2013 installation and the occurrence of an error -- repeating or restarting the installation ultimately halts at the same place each time. In many cases, the underlying problem is caused by a conflict between the installer and some service or configuration state on the system.
The most common stoppage seems to occur at between 80% and 90% through the installation process, and it is attributed to the Office 2013 installer and the computer's print spooler, which serves as a buffer for content being sent to the local printer or print server. This doesn't necessarily mean there is a problem with the print spooler, and there may be no issue with printing from the computer.
The best way to approach this error is to stop the print spooler temporarily, install Office 2013, and then restart the print spooler. For a Windows 7 system, click Start and then click Run to open a command-line dialog. Type services.msc and then click OK.
If the Office 2013 setup stops at other percentages of completion, try repairing the Office installation. Open the Control Panel, select Programs and Features, and find Office in the Uninstall or change a program dialog. Then select Change, choose Online Repair, and then select Repair. If the problem persists, try uninstalling Office 2013 instead, reboot the computer, and then try reinstalling Office 2013 once again.
Enterprise desktop administrators should take the time to familiarize themselves with Office 2013 features and installation processes and be ready to address possible problems before deploying enterprise rollouts of the Office suite.