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Windows 7: Business Contact Manager 2007 and Accounting Pro 2009

03 Mar 2019   #1
svnfrms2r

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Business Contact Manager 2007

Hi,

Hopefully someone knows how to fix this odd problem.

I had Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager 2007 installed (both as part of office 2007 in its standard directory "c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office"). It worked fine, and I even had Accounting Professional 2009 installed with all the integration with Business Contact Manager (BCM) working fine.

Then I followed the official info, that one can have more office versions installed, as long as they get their own dedicated directory (outside of the default standard install directory), which is what was done ("c:\Program Files (x86)\mso2003\") for an install of office 2003 (without outlook 2003).
After that office install, Business Contact Manager 2007 stopped displaying the contents of the four tabs of its home screen (all else works).

Is this an office problem, BCM problem, or system/IE problem? How can it be investigated/solved?

Thank you!


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10 Mar 2019   #2
svnfrms2r

w7u64
 
 

# Quick update, the BCM problem has been resolved by uninstalling all office programs and removing any related office mention from the registry, then reinstall only mso2007 incl bcm.
# The office accounting problem is still worked upon, as it turned out to be related how IE is called from another program, and it seems to be a permissions issue, which can be mitigated by calling moa in admin mode, a minor inconvenience.
# The permissions issue was fixed using tweaking.com windows repair (IE fix and LNK fix).
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