Yet Microsoft Office is cool and pretty good. However, the 2003 team did this permission without really thinking. I hope so, because if they actually thought about it and did it anyway………. Sighs! Thank you! I really appreciate this correction that also works in Win7 with Office 2003 Small Business Edition. When this folder is opened, search for WinWord.exe then click the right mouse button and select Run as an administrator. Please provide credentials if necessary. At the opening of Word 2003, you validate the 2003 EULA Office one last time. You have to accept the end office user contract every time you launch an Office program: I too have had this problem and I have been looking for an answer. Everyone says you`re in an administrator account, but it`s already me. Eventually, I went to control panel user accounts and turned off user account control.
The restarted computer, launched desktop programs, accepted the JLA, restarted Office programs to ensure that the CLA did not appear, returned to user accounts and activated user account control, restarted. The EBA no longer appears. Method 2: Connect to the computer with a Windows account with admin rights. Once you do this, open Outlook with Run as an administrator. Now, if you accept the CLA, acceptance will be recorded in the registration. If you re-connect to your Windows account, the CLA will not be displayed. I have a legitimate copy of Office 2003, which has been installed on my computer and works properly. However, last Wednesday, my computer crashed, and I had to reinstall Windows Vista and all my programs, including Office 2003. When I installed Office in 2003, it was well validated, but every time I open an office program or file in one of the programs, I am asked to “accept.” When I click on the dialog, it goes away and I can use the program.
But the next time I open an office program, it will start again. How can I fix this? After The installation of Office 2003 on Windows 7RC, the same ENREGISTREMENT message was displayed. The corrections mostly worked to remove the DEEE message, modify the program to run in Vista compatibility mode, and run it as an administrator. However, the security box appears all the time, as mentioned by msilverleaf. I tried to follow his direction and “run as an administrator” once after launching the program and that has to solve the problem. It would be nice if the final version of Windows 7 would solve this problem, as several computers in our coporate environment have Office Pro 2003 and we would like to update on Windows 7 at some point in 2010. Although you are able to administer or not administer, the 2003 Agency requires the confirmation of an administrator with high privileges. Every time I open Outlook 2013 (paid $149.00) a box appears in which she asks to accept the deal. I`m tired and two hours on the phone with so-called a Microsoft expert didn`t help them “don`t know why”! That`s impressive! I tried several other corrections considered until the registration changed, all successfully No. My 2003 Word worked with Windows 7, but the Accept window remained intact no matter what I tried. Dang it, Microsoft, they`ve already agreed! She agrees! I tried to run this application in admin mode and accept the CLA, but that didn`t solve the problem.