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Updated Office 2003 List?

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i am not gonna continue my office-2003 translations,

so everyone of you interested can adopt one of my office2003 lists:

CHS, CSY, DAN, DEU, ELL, FIN, JPN, NLD, NOR, PTB, PTG, RUS

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i am not gonna continue my office-2003 translations,

so everyone of you interested can adopt one of my office2003 lists:

CHS, CSY, DAN, DEU, ELL, FIN, JPN, NLD, NOR, PTB, PTG, RUS

where do you publish those information?

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where do you publish those information?

http://wud.jcarle.com/

Some of those updates you listed earlier in this thread are replaced by newer updates:

KB918419 is replaced by KB923088 (Excel 2003)

KB916518 is replaced by KB923091 (Powerpoint 2003)

KB917334 is replaced by KB923094 (Word 2003)

KB921566 is replaced by KB923272 (Office 2003)

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Hi Gresh,

I was wondering how you know when certain updates have replaced others. I have not been able to figure that out, and it is a little frustrating!

I usually just end up applying the updates in the number order of the KB, and hoping that in that case it should take care of itself. Although I would like it much better if I did not have to slipstream any unnecessary updates.

I look forward to your reply. Thank you!

wordup48

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Here is an example:

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-062

If an update is replacing an older update the bulletin will say this:

Security Update Replacement: This bulletin replaces a prior security update. See the frequently asked questions (FAQ) section of this bulletin for the complete list.

Then scroll down to the FAQ section and expand it.

Check the list and see if the product you want updates for has a field with "Replaced".

If so, follow the link to the bulletin ID.

Under the "Affected software" section you will find the KB number of the replaced update.

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