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  1. After getting MSO 2010 SP2 installed recently, I found that there was no easy and intuitive way to get Office 2010 fully up to date. Even the latest cumulative updates on Microsoft's websites (and it's not at all obvious which ones are necessary, since the "latest" ones go back to September 2019 or even earlier) omit nearly 60 standalone updates that need to be downloaded separately. The goal here was to see if I could get Office updated from the get go w/o using Windows Update post-install. Starting with SP2*, this will get MSO 2010 fully up to date. This is for 32-bit Office 2010 P
  2. Here's the issue When going to Word 2010 starting an envelope, we click the Address Book icon to view addresses from Outlook. It is completely empty. If we check Outlook, it has all the addresses and works fine. We just can't see the address book in Word to do envelopes. Here's what we are using: Windows 10 Home 64bit (Brand new computer - 1 week old) Office Home and Business 2010 What we've tried with no success. We created a new Outlook profile. We created a new PST file and imported the address book into that new PST file. We tried with Outlook
  3. I'm trying to get our corporate Office 2010 installer fully patched via dropping .MSP files in the \Updates folder and am running into a peculiar problem - updates seem to conflict with each other and undo one another's application. For example, if I drop SP2's extracted .MSP files in the \Updates folder and install Office, I can then run Windows Update and get a list of patches for Office 2010 that doesn't include SP2. Great, makes sense, I pre-installed it via the Updates folder. However, when I drop the MSP files from another patch into the folder, even if I rename them so as not to over
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