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My apologies. I misread  I did it, as I am using Office 2007 with my Windows XP.  However, I had Office 2003 before I upgraded.  I searched if '97 was included in the upgrade and it is not.  As proof, I've provided you the link.  So no it is not possible, unless you upgrade to 2000 or higher before using Office 2007.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/924074 

 

I'll search, while you wait.

Why would you use the Vista CD? I want to upgrade Office 97 to Office 2007. Currently we have Office 97 running on Windows XP. We want to upgrade Office 97 to Office 2007, is it possible?

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