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Richard Mitnick June 15th, 2008 07:23 AM

Proofing.en-us
 
O.K., this is a really big problem, there are posts going back to March, with
no replies:

Installing Office 2007, very shortly after the start, this message pops up,
cannot find Proofing.en-us\Proof-es\Proof.cab, and also
Proofing.en-us\Proof.msi.

This is all over the web in many forums, and, as I said, unanswered posts
here.

The install will not drill into the Proof folder. I tried copying the files
to the C drive, the install just does not see them anywhere.

This is, excuse me, a mess. There are people who bought Office 2007 in the
box and now can not install it.

If anyone knows a cure for this, please reply.

Thanks,

RSM


chandupulla July 9th, 2008 06:14 PM

Proofing.en-us
 

Hi Richard,
I am also facing with the same problem if you were able to find any
solution over this issue please let me know .

reply will be appreciated.

Thanks,
Chandu

"Richard Mitnick" wrote:

O.K., this is a really big problem, there are posts going back to March, with
no replies:

Installing Office 2007, very shortly after the start, this message pops up,
cannot find Proofing.en-us\Proof-es\Proof.cab, and also
Proofing.en-us\Proof.msi.

This is all over the web in many forums, and, as I said, unanswered posts
here.

The install will not drill into the Proof folder. I tried copying the files
to the C drive, the install just does not see them anywhere.

This is, excuse me, a mess. There are people who bought Office 2007 in the
box and now can not install it.

If anyone knows a cure for this, please reply.

Thanks,

RSM


Richard Mitnick July 10th, 2008 12:21 AM

Proofing.en-us
 
Chandu-

Hi, yes, I got my problem solved, by the brute force method. I am not privy
to reveal what happened, unless your conditions are very close to mine. So, I
have some questions:

Was Office 2007 ever installed previously on this computer?

Did you obtain Office 2007 with your computer or did you purchase it, like,
in a box, or maybe you got the trial version from MSFT?

What version, if any, of Office is now installed on your computer.

What have you tried to get Office 2007 to install?

Let me know these things and I will see if I am able to help.

RSM


"chandupulla" wrote:


Hi Richard,
I am also facing with the same problem if you were able to find any
solution over this issue please let me know .

reply will be appreciated.

Thanks,
Chandu

"Richard Mitnick" wrote:

O.K., this is a really big problem, there are posts going back to March, with
no replies:

Installing Office 2007, very shortly after the start, this message pops up,
cannot find Proofing.en-us\Proof-es\Proof.cab, and also
Proofing.en-us\Proof.msi.

This is all over the web in many forums, and, as I said, unanswered posts
here.

The install will not drill into the Proof folder. I tried copying the files
to the C drive, the install just does not see them anywhere.

This is, excuse me, a mess. There are people who bought Office 2007 in the
box and now can not install it.

If anyone knows a cure for this, please reply.

Thanks,

RSM


RTAdams89[_2_] July 12th, 2008 11:03 PM

Proofing.en-us
 

I found that pointing the installer to the temporary directory where the
setup files are copied to worked for me. More details he 'Solution:
“Cannot find Proofing.en-us” error when Installing Office
2007 | RyanTAdams.com' (http://tinyurl.com/6pg62r)


--
RTAdams89

John Henry December 2nd, 2008 08:04 PM

Proofing.en-us
 
I had to restore Vista on a Gateway PC.
Afterwards I was re-installing Microsoft Office Plus 2007 and encountered the same problem of "Proofing.en-us" not found. I would search for it and could locate on the installation CD. When I would cut/paste the folder path and submit I would receive "Invalid Path".

Fix:
I checked the CD (It had a slight gash on the very edge).
I cleaned the CD.
Inserted it in a second CD drive on the same machine and start the install again.
Worked fine that time.

I plan on making a copy of the CD if possible.
I do not know if Microsoft will replace the CD (but I am going to ask).
Good Luck!

Ronny Roberts January 8th, 2010 02:10 PM

Proofing.en-us etc
 
I know this is in reply to an old post, but because I have only just come across this same issue and resolved it, I hope my "solution" may benefit others. I wasted the best part of three hours trying to reinstal Office 2007 following a virus attack. On each occasion I kept getting messages telling me that Proofing-en.us or Wordmui.msi files could not be found.

I then recalled a "fix" when faced with a similar "file could not be found" problem on another program installation a few years back. In three easy stages this involves:
1) Create a Temp Office folder on your hard drive
2) Copy the entire contents of the Office 2007 CD into it.
3) Run Set-up directly from your Temp Office folder on the hard drive.

My PC sailed through this process in less than half the time of a CD-based installation, successfully overcoming any of the *.msi issues. Hope this helps other sufferers.



RichardMitnic wrote:

Proofing.en-us
15-Jun-08

O.K., this is a really big problem, there are posts going back to March, with
no replies:

Installing Office 2007, very shortly after the start, this message pops up,
cannot find Proofing.en-us\Proof-es\Proof.cab, and also
Proofing.en-us\Proof.msi.

This is all over the web in many forums, and, as I said, unanswered posts
here.

The install will not drill into the Proof folder. I tried copying the files
to the C drive, the install just does not see them anywhere.

This is, excuse me, a mess. There are people who bought Office 2007 in the
box and now can not install it.

If anyone knows a cure for this, please reply.

Thanks,

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On Sunday, June 15, 2008 2:23 AM
RichardMitnic wrote:

Proofing.en-us
O.K., this is a really big problem, there are posts going back to March, with
no replies:

Installing Office 2007, very shortly after the start, this message pops up,
cannot find Proofing.en-us\Proof-es\Proof.cab, and also
Proofing.en-us\Proof.msi.

This is all over the web in many forums, and, as I said, unanswered posts
here.

The install will not drill into the Proof folder. I tried copying the files
to the C drive, the install just does not see them anywhere.

This is, excuse me, a mess. There are people who bought Office 2007 in the
box and now can not install it.

If anyone knows a cure for this, please reply.

Thanks,

On Wednesday, July 09, 2008 1:14 PM
chandupull wrote:

Hi Richard, I am also facing with the same problem if you were able to find
Hi Richard,
I am also facing with the same problem if you were able to find any
solution over this issue please let me know .

reply will be appreciated.

Thanks,
Chandu

"Richard Mitnick" wrote:

On Wednesday, July 09, 2008 7:21 PM
RichardMitnic wrote:

Chandu-Hi, yes, I got my problem solved, by the brute force method.
Chandu-

Hi, yes, I got my problem solved, by the brute force method. I am not privy
to reveal what happened, unless your conditions are very close to mine. So, I
have some questions:

Was Office 2007 ever installed previously on this computer?

Did you obtain Office 2007 with your computer or did you purchase it, like,
in a box, or maybe you got the trial version from MSFT?

What version, if any, of Office is now installed on your computer.

What have you tried to get Office 2007 to install?

Let me know these things and I will see if I am able to help.


"chandupulla" wrote:

On Saturday, July 12, 2008 6:03 PM
RTAdams89 wrote:

I found that pointing the installer to the temporary directory where thesetup
I found that pointing the installer to the temporary directory where the
setup files are copied to worked for me. More details he 'Solution:
“Cannot find Proofing.en-us” error when Installing Office
2007 | RyanTAdams.com' (http://tinyurl.com/6pg62r)


--
RTAdams89

On Tuesday, December 02, 2008 2:04 PM
John Henry wrote:

I had to restore Vista on a Gateway PC.
I had to restore Vista on a Gateway PC.
Afterwards I was re-installing Microsoft Office Plus 2007 and encountered the same problem of "Proofing.en-us" not found. I would search for it and could locate on the installation CD. When I would cut/paste the folder path and submit I would receive "Invalid Path".

Fix:
I checked the CD (It had a slight gash on the very edge).
I cleaned the CD.
Inserted it in a second CD drive on the same machine and start the install again.
Worked fine that time.

I plan on making a copy of the CD if possible.
I do not know if Microsoft will replace the CD (but I am going to ask).
Good Luck!


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Gordon[_13_] January 8th, 2010 02:27 PM

Proofing.en-us etc
 

"Ronny Roberts" wrote in message ...
I know this is in reply to an old post,


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Warren Amodia August 11th, 2017 02:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by John Henry (Post 3093096)
I had to restore Vista on a Gateway PC.
Afterwards I was re-installing Microsoft Office Plus 2007 and encountered the same problem of "Proofing.en-us" not found. I would search for it and could locate on the installation CD. When I would cut/paste the folder path and submit I would receive "Invalid Path".

Fix:
I checked the CD (It had a slight gash on the very edge).
I cleaned the CD.
Inserted it in a second CD drive on the same machine and start the install again.
Worked fine that time.

I plan on making a copy of the CD if possible.
I do not know if Microsoft will replace the CD (but I am going to ask).
Good Luck!

Hello all try this

copy all file your microsoft office from cd to drive C or D then disconnect your dvd rom by unplug the sata cable inside your cpu then install the microsoft office copied on your drive C or D
then it will completely install
have a nice day!


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