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FP 2003 broken by Office 2007 Beta?

FP 2003 broken by Office 2007 Beta?

FP 2003 broken by Office 2007 Beta?

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Hi,


Ever since I installed Office 2007 Beta 2, FrontPage crashes on every file save operation.  After trying many different sites (happened on everyone), I broke down and installed SharePoint Designer 2007 Beta... which has the same exact problem!

The MS KB only has ancient articles regarding the error (with msdaipp.dll).

Anyone else experiencing this?


--RHYNO

RE: FP 2003 broken by Office 2007 Beta?

I have not installed a BETA MS product since I installed IE 6 once and emails via Outlook would come thru blank.

I contacted MS about this and they sent me a DLL to fix the issue.  You can email MS and they should hopefully send you some files to fix the problem.

Otherwise, have you considered uninstalling the BETA product on your machine and trying to re-install / fix Office 2003?  It is usually not a good idea to install and BETA (especially MS) on the machine you rely on daily because of possible conflicts.

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