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The Microsoft Office product teams are proud to announce the release of Office 2003 Service Pack 3. While we know that many of you are enjoying the great functionality of Office 2007, we also know that there are many more of you who still continue to rely on Office 2003.
Office 2003 SP3 is focused on improved security across the entire suite of applications, fulfillment of top customer requests, and improved compatibility with Windows Vista. We recommend that all of Office 2003 users install the service pack.
It’s even in the news! :)
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In addition to continued media coverage, Microsoft will be conducting a webcast on 9/26 with more information.
SP3 updates for all Office 2003 products are available through Microsoft Update, Office Update, and the Download Center.
Michael AffrontiOutlook Program Manager
I am geting this error "The command line argument is not valid. Verify the switch you are using" also in 2003 SP2.
I am programmatically opening an msg file using ShellExecute(NULL, _T("open"), "C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Office\\OFFICE11\\outlook.exe",C:\\Test.msg", NULL, SW_SHOWNORMAL. The only difference is I am using /open switch here.
I too am getting the the 'Command line argument is not valid. Verify the switch you are using' dialogue when scanning-to-email from my OCE fx3000 MFC using Brother ControlCenter 2 and Outlook SP3. The upgrade tool doesn't work, as it states 'The update cannot continue because ControlCenter2 is not installed properly. Please reinstall the original ControlCenter2 and run the update installer again.' I have tried to reinstall and re-update to no avail. I can't find any updates specifically for any OCE machines.
Dear, My Outlook does not display correct Unicode font (Vietnamese turns into symbols "?") after i upgrade SP2 to SP3. everything else is ok: internet, web mail, word, excel... the same email with Vietnamese font displays correct on my desktop (SP2) but it does NOT on my laptop. so i guess the XP SP3 is the cause. do you have any idea or comment to help me out? thanks a lot
I tried the controlcenter2 patch; deleted outlook from the configuration; chose ms outlook 2003 from the configuration and still get the message. Nothing is working and it is quite frustrating.
Don't laugh please. I have Win XP Pro and MS Office 2002. Working fine for a long time. I downloaded SP3 by default, without thinking. Now my Lexmark X4550 scanner mode vanished. I can see the scanner but the scanning screen won't come. When I try to reinstall it, it asks for XP Pro disk. When I provide this CD, it says the files are not there. What do I do? I depend on scanning all the time. Help
We're nearly a whole year on from first introducing SP3 for Office 2003, and certain issues CONTINUE to arise, additional fixes are seemingly NOT forthcoming, and neither are any apologies or explanations. Expectations are NOT being suitably MANAGED here, friends. I have to admit, Office 2003 SP3 is an EMBARASSING SHAM of an update/upgrade, by many foregone accounts.
(Noticed the many BUGFIXES since (rushed?!) launch??) I'm trying to help someone resolve an issue with Outlook 2003 (SP2) which inconsistently prompts for a mail account password which, when given, isn't saved. A help article in YAHOO suggested that, once other remedies were attempted - which did not solve the issue - one should Upgrade Outlook from SP2 to SP3. LUCKILY(?!), the installation **failed** to even get going due to the Installer's inability to locate a NON-EXISTANT SKU1CA.CAB file associated with Office:SBE (neither on the CD nor in the MSOcache)... So, what options for the journey from 2003 SP3?
Double back to the slower, bumpier 2003 SP2 B-road?
Or pay a huge toll to join the faster 2007 Turnpike? Gee, thanks, MS Outlook Team.
Flying OpenSource seems suddenly so much more of an attractive option...
Hi Guys can someone help i've got this machine its got office 2007 and SP2 installed but there's always a message coming up saying mailbox size its over its size limit,I have created another outlook profile but still.Please help.....