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Old November 30th, 2005, 01:36 PM posted to microsoft.public.office.setup
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Default MS Office cannot find ZF561402.cab. Not on CD.

In MS Office 2003, I go to 'Help', click on 'detect and repair'. As it runs
through the process, I get an error that the program cannot find the
'ZF561402.cab' file. The file is not located on the disk. How/where do I
get this file?

I also get an 0x8004010F MS exchange offline address book error in my MS
Outlook 2003.

Help.

Thanks.

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Old November 30th, 2005, 05:44 PM posted to microsoft.public.office.setup
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Default MS Office cannot find ZF561402.cab. Not on CD.


Have you got a hidden folder called c:\MSOCache on your HD? This folder
is created automatically during installation process unless you have
used an enterprise version CD given to you by your employer. If this is
the case then you need to insert the CD in the drive when you Repair
your installation.

The file is located at this link:

C:\MSOCache\All Users\90000409-6000-11D3-8CFE-0150048383C9

Hope this helps.


Gunner5 wrote:

In MS Office 2003, I go to 'Help', click on 'detect and repair'. As it runs
through the process, I get an error that the program cannot find the
'ZF561402.cab' file. The file is not located on the disk. How/where do I
get this file?

I also get an 0x8004010F MS exchange offline address book error in my MS
Outlook 2003.

Help.

Thanks.


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Old March 18th, 2015, 12:52 PM
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In MS Office 2003, I go to 'Help', click on 'detect and repair'. As it runs
through the process, I get an error that the program cannot find the
'ZF561402.cab' file. The file is not located on the disk. How/where do I
get this file?

I also get an 0x8004010F MS exchange offline address book error in my MS
Outlook 2003.

Help.

Thanks.
I had this problem. My problem began when I uninstalled a program which had an Excel dll. So when I came to use Excel I received an error message saying an object missing. I then tried to fix excel by repairing it, but received the message that cab file ZF561402 was missing. This cab is not on my installation CD or in the cache somebody suggested.
In slight desperation I reinstalled the program I had previously uninstalled and this fixed my excel program. The excel dll was MSEXCL35.DLL.
Presumably I would still get the office repair error message if I tried to repair office but at least excel is now working. Hope this helps.
Malcolm
 




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