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Inserting MS Office XP in nLite slipstreamed

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chl2012

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I would like to insert an old program (Office XP) which has two major updates with SPs.It looks to me that a *.cab file is the way to go.

1. How do I create a *.cab file for nLite?? What and how goes in the *.cab file??

2. Assuming I can create a cab file or maybe three .Cab files -- one for the original code and one each for each major mod or upgrade. On first read, only yhe first .cab would have an *.exe file -- the other two only have *.dll plus other files.

3. There are SPs for each *.cal group. How are they handled?? Just like SPs for WinXP?? It is not clear that the SPs would fit into separate cabs -- the SPs may cover more thaat just one cab.

Suggestions would be appreciated, especially if someone has treated something similar.

Thanks.


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AFAIK, you cant slipstream Office in Nlite. Its for windows, not office. You may have to use this

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Which has been replaced by this - http://siginetsoftwa...fice-Integrator

Cheers and Regards

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