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Old 09-05-2006, 08:58 AM
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Just a word to the wise: Microsoft Office stores its preferences (file locations) as absolute paths as opposed to relative paths. Therefore, if you boot from your backup drive AND IT HAS A DIFFERENT NAME THAN YOUR ORIGINAL DRIVE Microsoft Office won't be able to find any of it's preference or support files and it's behavior will be unpredictable. So... if you can, rename your secondary drive to the same name as your original drive (sometimes possible especially if you've removed your original drive) or once you start up MS Office go immediately to it's preferences and reconfigure it's FILE LOCATIONS tab.

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