September 12, 2005
FAQ: I have an older version of Outlook. How can I get Outlook 2003?

Your office should have a CD labeled Microsoft Office 2003. You can use this CD to install the current version of Microsoft Office, including Outlook 2003. To install or update Office, you'll need to be logged into your computer as Administrator. Insert the Office 2003 CD and follow the instructions that come up on the screen.

To complete the install, you will need a license key. Contact the EIT Hotline (515-294-1725) or Barb Crandell (crandelb@iastate.edu or 515-294-8658) to get the license key. If you do not have a Microsoft Office 2003 CD in your office, you can contact Extension Distribution (515-294-5247) to purchase a replacement CD.

Posted by dcoates at September 12, 2005 09:50 AM
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I have Office 2003 installed on this computer, I just do not have Outlook. Do I need to install the whole Office 2003 to get outlook or can I just install Outlook?

Posted by: Brenda Schmitt on September 12, 2005 10:56 AM

Brenda,

You'll go through the same process...use your MS Office CD (and you'll need the license key), but--and it's been awhile since I've done this--it should ask you if you want to add or remove features and at that point you can select Outlook to install.

Posted by: Deb Coates on September 12, 2005 11:41 AM
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