Re: 2007 Microsoft Office Suite Service Pack 1 (SP1)
If the system is opted into Microsoft Update and ANY bits of Office are
detected on the system than updates for Office will be offered.
Strongly suggest you have the system scanned at the Office Update page
to determine if anything is really in need of updating:
If you do not want updates offered for Office, then suggest you opt out
of Microsoft Update and revert back to Windows Update.
If the OS is Vista:
> If I choose to update Windows automatically, do I still need to visit the Windows Update
> No. Windows will automatically install updates for your computer as they become available. Also,
> for this version of Windows, the website has been replaced by Windows Update in Control Panel. If
> you want to check for updates manually, follow these steps:
> 1. Open Windows Update by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking All
> Programs, and then clicking Windows Update.
> 2. In the left pane, click Check for updates.
> To find out how to get updates for Windows and your other Microsoft programs such
> as Microsoft Office, go to the Microsoft Update website. If you're already using Microsoft Update
> to get updates for your computer, Windows Update in Control Panel will automatically open and
> display your update status.
MowGreen [MVP 2003-2008]
> I am confused: Why is Automatic Updates suggesting I install a service pack
> for a suite of software I do not have installed, and have never installed?
> Office is not a part of Windows, so why would you distribute updates to it
> through the updater for Windows, and not through an independant updater for