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Outlook 2003: keeps asking to agree to MS Office End-User License

Discussion in 'Using Outlook' started by StudioGal, Sep 28, 2009.

  1. StudioGal

    StudioGal

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    How does one get MS Outlook 2003 to remember that I've already accepted the

    MIcrfosoft End-User License Agreement?

    Every time I open the program, I have to go through this agreement.

    (I've just switched over from an XP system to Vista.)

    Thanks!

     
  2. Roady [MVP]

    Roady [MVP]

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    Right click the Outlook icon and choose Run as Administrator. Now you can

    accept the EULA.

    Restart Outlook normally and you'll see you won't get prompted again.

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    "StudioGal" <StudioGal@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    news:EE33C7B7-F187-4946-BD08-0DA4B323299B@microsoft.com...
    > How does one get MS Outlook 2003 to remember that I've already accepted
    > the
    > MIcrfosoft End-User License Agreement?

    > Every time I open the program, I have to go through this agreement.

    > (I've just switched over from an XP system to Vista.)

    > Thanks!


     
  3. StudioGal

    StudioGal

    Guest
    Re: Outlook 2003: keeps asking to agree to MS Office End-User Lice

    Thanks so much Roady, that did the trick! Also helpful for any other programs

    that might need the same treatment. There's lots to learn about Vista, and

    before I can even get into it, along comes Windows 7 ... ;-0

    "Roady [MVP]" wrote:


    > Right click the Outlook icon and choose Run as Administrator. Now you can
    > accept the EULA.
    > Restart Outlook normally and you'll see you won't get prompted again.

    > >

    > ---
    > "StudioGal" <StudioGal@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:EE33C7B7-F187-4946-BD08-0DA4B323299B@microsoft.com...
    > > How does one get MS Outlook 2003 to remember that I've already accepted
    > > the
    > > MIcrfosoft End-User License Agreement?
    > > Every time I open the program, I have to go through this agreement.
    > > (I've just switched over from an XP system to Vista.)
    > > Thanks!

    >


     
  4. Brian Tillman

    Brian Tillman

    Senior Member
    Re: Outlook 2003: keeps asking to agree to MS Office End-User Lice

    "StudioGal" <StudioGal@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    news:F3339C6E-0760-47E1-872C-757E6F4354EC@microsoft.com...


    > Thanks so much Roady, that did the trick! Also helpful for any other
    > programs
    > that might need the same treatment. There's lots to learn about Vista, and
    > before I can even get into it, along comes Windows 7 ... ;-0


    A lot of what you learn for Vista will apply to Windows 7.

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  5. StudioGal

    StudioGal

    Guest
    Re: Outlook 2003: keeps asking to agree to MS Office End-User Lice

    Thanks Brian, good to know.

    "Brian Tillman " wrote:


    > "StudioGal" <StudioGal@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:F3339C6E-0760-47E1-872C-757E6F4354EC@microsoft.com...
    >
    > > Thanks so much Roady, that did the trick! Also helpful for any other
    > > programs
    > > that might need the same treatment. There's lots to learn about Vista, and
    > > before I can even get into it, along comes Windows 7 ... ;-0


    > A lot of what you learn for Vista will apply to Windows 7.
    > >

    >


     
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