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RussellWinterscheidt
 
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Default Problem installing Microsoft Reader Add-in for Microsoft Word

I have Word 2002 (XP) and I want to create Microsoft Reader e-books from Word
Documents. I downloaded WordRMR.EXE to enable this to happen. When I run
the WordRMR.exe file I get a message saying that I need Word 2002 in order to
install the add-in.

I do have Word 2002 - any ideas why this is happening?
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Default Problem installing Microsoft Reader Add-in for Microsoft Word

I, too, have the same error message, but I am using Word 2003! I have used
the download link for v1.3.1

"RussellWinterscheidt" wrote:

I have Word 2002 (XP) and I want to create Microsoft Reader e-books from Word
Documents. I downloaded WordRMR.EXE to enable this to happen. When I run
the WordRMR.exe file I get a message saying that I need Word 2002 in order to
install the add-in.

I do have Word 2002 - any ideas why this is happening?

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