This behavior occurs when your user account does not have permission to change the Microsoft Windows record. If you are a Vista user who encounters the same problem, the same correction should go around. 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. Connect to the computer with an administrator`s user account. Just bought a new computer with Windows Vista. I installed Office 2003 because I didn`t want to pay for an upgrade. Everything works well, but it invites me to accept the C.A.C. every time I go Word, PowerPoint, etc… Thank you! I really appreciate this correction that also works in Win7 with Office 2003 Small Business Edition.

This is caused by Windows security and permissions. Your Windows user account does not have the necessary permissions to write activation in registration. I had a problem with my Windows XP so decided to bite the ball and install Windows 7 64bit version. I had to reinstall all my programs, including Office 2003 by. Reader Jean has a problem: she installed Office in 2003 on her brand new Windows 7 system, and every time she runs it, a pop-up forces her to accept Microsoft`s (EULA) end-user license agreement. 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”! Connect to the computer using a user account with the administrator`s login information. 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! 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. 1. Run Windows Explorer and access the folder containing executables (i.e. the programs themselves, not their links).

On my system, it`s C:, program files (x86), Microsoft Office, Office12. (Note: I use Office 2007. Your file may be called Office11.) Dang it, Microsoft, they`ve already agreed! She agrees! Thank you very much…. It drove me crazy every time I was postoffen! Note In Windows Vista and Windows 7, you can get a “User Account Control” (UAC) dialog box. You need to click Next to open the registry editor. Thank you. A right click on Outlook in the Start menu did not give the execution as an administration option. I had to find a view.exe and with the right mouse button, today I used your advice, and in less than a minute everything was perfect. Thank you very much. . bright! Thank you to everyone who made this up! It drove me crazy, and the “solution” Microsoft gave me didn`t work.

I`m always grateful. . Click on the user (Computer_name, user), then click to select the box to be rated Allow for full access permission. I don`t understand why we have to accept Outlook if we don`t like it. I would like to go back to the original system. Thank you very much! Easy, but huge time saving and frustration relief Let`s not focus on why this happens. It`s a Microsoft product,” pretty much said. Let`s fix it instead. That`s how it works: it`s great to find a “solution” that works!! Thank you very much, very appreciated!!! Note for Windows Vista Click Start, click All Programs, click Microsoft Office, click the right button on an office program, click Run as an Administrator, and then click Next.