Office 2003 Asking to Accept Licence on Start-up on Win 7
Microsoft Office 2003 keeps asking you to accept the licence conditions when installed on a Windows 7 or 8 operating system. Even though you’ve clicked the acceptance button this nag message keeps appearing. It’s annoying, but not the end of the world.
It can be fixed, usually quite easily. This is the way I found to stop the Office 2003 accept licence nag message on Win 7/8. This should always be the preferred method to stop the licence nag message in Windows 7 and 8 and the alternative. The other way requires editing the registry and/or some application files.
Successfully Install Dreamweaver 8 on 64 Bit Windows 7
Dreamweaver 8 can run perfectly with 64 bit Windows 7. Just a few small changes to the basic installation, and a patch from Adobe, and 32 bit DW8 is stable. Dreamweaver 8 is one of the software applications considered not compatible, or only marginally compatible, with Windows 7 or 8 64 bit operating systems. When installing older apps on 64 bit Windows, it’s always a good idea to Google the installation of the app… Some users found Dreamweaver 8 runs on 64 bit Windows 7 without problems – more experienced intermittent crashes and other issues.
Consensus is Dreamweaver 8 needs the DW802_unwrapped.zip patch available from Adobe: Download from this link http://www.adobe.com/support/dreamweaver/ts/documents/kb400150/DW802_unwrapped.zip to work properly with Windows 7 64 bit.
First off, install Dreamweaver. Taking a tip from the process required for Adobe CS2, I installed this to a different folder than the default one used by Windows 7 64 for 32 bit software. (CS2 needs installation in a compatible DOS named folder – i.e. with folder name length of 8 characters or less.) It’s probably not necessary to follow this step, but you may as well do it this way now, and not find problems later on.