A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. I've searched the > > > internet and haven't had any luck either. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I've searched the internet and haven't had any luck either. Check This Out
Like I said, it's a half-way solution. As a temporary workaround please try setting your location as follows 1. Any input would be > > > greatly appreciated. To check in 2007 ( From Bob Buckland’s reply check the settings at > Office Button=> App Name Options=>Trust Center=>Trust Center > Settings=>Privacy Options => Check “Search Office Online for Help
The XML file was different from the one I had originally only by a version number in the text. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? There are two other services I’d like you to check form the Office Client… Try to insert some online clipart. 1. There have been reports on both Vista and Windows XP, so at this point appears the issues is not specific to any operating system.
I also had a look at the Trust settings and all of the options were checked as being on. Check that out; if no luck, let us know what you did learn and also mention which version of Office you're using. (I haven't found > anything useful about powerpoint apart MSOfficeForums.com is not affiliated with Microsoft LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Re: Unable to connect to Microsoft Office Online From: michel
If > so, click the 'Offline' choice and select 'Show content from Office Online' to see if that helps. > > The setting is also changeable from Word (or other ribboned As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Several functions may not work. I > > recently upgraded to Office 2007.
Just in case you didn't see my posting, here > > > > is what I posted... > > > > > > > > Whenever I'm in any Microsoft Office I can definitely use the Client Help to access Office.Microsoft.com. The symptoms are all connectivity related and occur in both Office 2003 > and Office 2007. > a. I CAN ACCESS ALL THE ABOVE SITES BUT STILL NOT ACCESS THE FILE NEW SITE.
Also, please respond if any admin policies have been changed or > > applied to their systems recently regarding online connectivity. > > > > There have been reports on both imp source LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes #1 06-07-2011, 07:02 AM MLemaire Windows 7 32bit Office 2010 32bit Novice Join Date: Jun 2011 Posts: 2 Office Templates "Unable to Connect John [email protected] "aurion" wrote: Hi John, Thanks very much for picking up on this concern. Everyone has checked their trust center settings and they all are set to > online. > a.
Click on the “Current Format” dropdown and select the English(United States) language format. his comment is here Which of the following retains the information it's storing when the system power is turned off? I tried turning off the firewall and auto protect and still unable to connect. Shaun "[email protected]" wrote: Hi again, It sounds like we’re making progress, just to confirm at this point you can connect to Office.Microsoft.com through client search and client help on both Office
Could you please help? I've searched the > internet and haven't had any luck either. Please let me know if any of the following assumptions are > > incorrect… > > > > 1. this contact form X-( "Bob Buckland ?:-)" wrote: Hi Firewalker, In Word 2007 bring up the help dialog (blue question mark at the top right of the Ribbon tabs/menu bar).
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GPU RAM CPU ROM Submit × Challenge × Sign up with your email address Sign up and get started with the Daily Challenge! Search for any common term and make sure online results appear in the > results list. > > Finally, if you haven’t recently, please delete your cookies, then restart > your Need Help? a.
Click on any online clip to insert into yoru document. > > Also, make sure you can connect to Research sites from Word. > 1. When I start a new document and want to use a template from Microsoft Office Online via the "New Document" screen, it tells me "There is currently no content available for..." ABSOLUTELY, ALL PRIVACY OPTIONS ARE CHECKED. > b. navigate here I clicked on this and it shows a check-mark against the words "Show Content From Office Online".
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I clicked on this and it shows a check-mark against the words "Show Content From Office Online". Franz (RMF) View Public Profile View message headers Find all posts by Robert M. Also, please respond if any admin policies have been changed or > applied to their systems recently regarding online connectivity. > > There have been reports on both Vista and Windows I've worked with Microsoft some time ago on this > and gave up after spending way too much time on it.
In other words, by going there >> (and >> by finding your way here) you've proven that your connection's working >> and that >> something else is preventing online help from I've always used a add-on firewall application until now, but they haven't updated their software for compatability yet. At the bottom right of the help dialog does it say 'Offline'? Franz (RMF) #3 February 21st 07, 05:58 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement Firewalker external usenet poster Posts: 4 No online templates for Word 2007??
So, I looked under the local admin account (which worked for this profile, as the firewalls were not blocking anything).