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How hard it is to automate this?

1/ go to control panel

2/ Add or remove programs

3/ Ms office 2007

4/ change

5/ add or remove features, then click continue

6/ click office shared features

7/ click proofing tools

8/ click the english proofing tools

9/ click continue to install

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I don't think so, but wouldn't it be better to have a look whether there is a commandline option?

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Usually the Office 2007 install process puts a hidden folder on the C: drive called MSOCache that holds the installation files for all the features of Office, even those not installed. In one of the folders there's a file called Proofing.msi and, at least in my installation, there's 3 folders under that one called Proof.en/Proof.fr/Proof.es that hold other msi files for installing the proofing tools for the respective languages. You might try and see if these files are on the target machine for your script and run that instead.

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