Upgrade Microsoft Office 2007 to 2010 Versions

Upgrade Microsoft Office 2007 To 2010 Versions

Upgrading Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007 to the new versions of the Microsoft Office is usually in needs if we thought of the most advance application we need in our documents. One of the most advance application that demand to the user of the Microsoft Office is the PowerPoint 2010, which the movies or videos can be made as background to the slides or templates during presentation package. Compare to the old versions that only the pictures, patterns, and colors that can be made as background to the presentation slides.

Customize Installation Office 2010

But the bad news is that, if you are using the old versions of the Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 1 or 2.That has a filling system of FAT 32 you need to install the higher rather than these old versions. You need to install the Microsoft Windows XP service pack 3 that have a filling system of NTFS or higher than this versions. Such as the Microsoft Windows Vista, 7, or the newly complete language, the Windows 8. You can install successfully the Microsoft Office 2010 or the 2013.

Finish Upgrading

So if you need this in your own or in your office to meet your need in your office automation. You need to buy the Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013 versions installer that it is available in the nearest computer store in your place. But you need an exact budget to buy the license Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013. If you have now the DVD installer of this program, just follow the instructions below to upgrade your Microsoft Office 2003 or 2007. (See the Post Picture shown above of this post.)

  1. Power up your computer, and if you’re now in the desktop open the DVD ROM and put the DVD installer in DVD ROM tray.
  2. Wait until the system will read the installer or the window will pop up in your screen or else double click the My Computer Icon to open and double click the DVD ROM drive or the Drive E:
  3. Once the installer open find the execution setup called Setup then double click it.
  4. Click Yes in the pop up window to agree the user account control.
  5. When installation agreement displayed in the screen, check box the “I accept the terms of this agreement”.
  6. Then click continue button
  7. Now select for the Upgrade or customize, just click in it.
  • If you select upgrade installation
  1. Just click the upgrade button
  2. Now just follow the instruction of the screen until it will finish and replace the old version of your Microsoft Office.
  • If you select customize installation
  1. Click the customize button
  2. There are options you need to select so that you can upgrade the lower versions of MS Office, just click one of the options below.
    • Remove all previous versions
    • Keep all previous versions
    • Remove the following applications: ex: MS-Office Access, MS-Office Outlook, etc., just check box the programs that you don’t need in your installation.
  3. Then click the upgrade button just below in the window
  4. Just wait until the progressive indicator become 100% full, if then your upgrading of Microsoft Office 2010 is successfully finish.

During the upgrade process of the newly installed versions, nothing will happen of your files, all files and data came from your old MS-Office is intact and remain in the storage folder or in its original location of your drives. “End”

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