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Project: FULL Office 2010/2013/2016

Introducing:
Welcome to my project, to get a FULL version of Microsoft Office 2010/2013.
This thread show you to create a full office suite with all updates integrated.
Be careful with your files, make backup and do all at own risk.
I try to help, just post any issues or suggestions, have fun.

Features:

  • Full updated Microsoft Office Suite with all sub-tools
  • All Service Packs are integrated, no longer upgrade needed
  • German-Language-Pack is integrated you can choice which language you wanna install
  • Advanced setup, you can install all components one by one and exactly what you want

Suites:
Microsoft Office 2010 Suite:

  • Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64
  • Microsoft Project 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64
  • Microsoft Visio 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64
  • Microsoft SharePoint Designer ENG+GER x64
  • Optonable German Language Pack (with SP2 integrated) install for all components

Microsoft Office 2013 Suite:

  • Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64
  • Microsoft Project 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64
  • Microsoft Visio 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64
  • Microsoft Proofing Tools (with SP2 integrated ) ENG+GER x64
  • Microsoft SharePoint Designer ENG+GER x64
  • Optonable German Language Pack (with SP2 integrated) install for all components

//ENG+GER = English and German language (You can choice any or both)

 

Few words to begin:

Of Course: You can also doing it with any other language as you want, the result are same full bilingual suites. 

Just replace the language pack and the service pack for that language pack with the one of your preferred language. :)

 

Of course: You can also do it with x86 ,just give attention for x64 or x86, ,

In this tutorial all sources used for x64, just replace the source x64 with that one for x86.

Its recommend to use different folders for x64 and x86, but you can also merging it, - just carefully :) 

 

Of course: You can use other tools and methods for doing this jobs, but i recommend this guide.

It exist different tools and all, but is better you know what you do by step-by-step at do-it-yourself.

Just give attention you create retail-suites, so you will need to enter key at begin of install.

Please do not ask here for convert into VL or any other illegal stuff, its forbidden to forum-rules. :)

 

Step #1 Preparing:

1. Download

WinToolKit and access Alphawaves-Downloader (under update-tab) to get all office updates offline.
2. Download from web-sources all these files for create a FULL Suite with all components:

X16-32213.exe (Office Professional Plus 2010)
X16-32756.exe (Project Professional 2010)
X16-33029.exe (Visio Professional 2010)
SharePointDesigner2010ENx64.exe (SharePoint Designer 2010)
X16-37644.exe (German Language Pack 2010)

officesp2010-kb2687455-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP2 For Office Professional Plus 2010)
projectsp2010-kb2687457-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP2 For Project Professional 2010)
visiosp2010-kb2687468-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP2 For Visio Professional 2010)
spdsp2010-kb2687463-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP2 For SharePoint Designer 2010)
languagepacksp2010-kb2687449-fullfile-x64-de-de.exe (SP2 For German Language Pack 2010)

 
X18-65700.iso (Office Professional Plus 2013)
X18-65889.exe (Project Professional 2013)
X18-65957.exe (Visio Professional 2010)
sharepointdesigner_64bit2013en.exe (SharePoint Designer 2013)
proofingtools_en-us-x64.exe (Proofing Tools 2013)
X18-51539.exe (German Language Pack 2013)

proplussp2013-kb2817430-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP1 For Office Professional Plus 2013)
projectsp2013-kb2817433-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP1 For Project Professional 2013)
visiosp2013-kb2817443-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP1 For Visio Professional 2013)
spdsp2010-kb2687463-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP1 For SharePoint Designer 2013)
proofsp2013-kb2817435-fullfile-x64-glb.exe (SP1 For Proofing Tools 2013)
lpksp2013-kb2817427-fullfile-x64-de-de.exe (SP1 For German Language Pack 2013)


Step #2 Upgrading

1. Extract all these files in the listed order into a office work folder with windows command:
Use: Start > Run.. > "Path to *.exe" /extract:"Path to extract folder"
Example: "C:\Office\X16-32213.exe" /extract:"C:\Office\2010\"
(Override all older files, and use different folders for 2010 and 2013)

2. For the Updates: Use WinToolKit > Tools > MSP Extractor:
- Choose on filters "English (United States)" and "German (Germany)".
- Add all office updates and lets extract to another folder.
(Dismark the field "Extraction to subfolders")

3, Move all extracted updates into updates folder in the office work folder.
- Delete all other files as .msp in updates folder.
(Override all older files, and use different folders for 2010 and 2013)


Step 3# Finishing:

1. Now you can make a bootable ISO from office work folder: Use WinToolKit: Basic > ISO Maker:


- Add all folder and files and choose a ISO-Output folder, create ISO.
 
Now its done and you have a full updated complete office suite disk!


Greez
 

 

2016:

 

 

Greetings

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Office 2013 - just need to get sp1 (there's a sp1 iso/exe somwhere at mdl, else you'll need to integrate it) + any updates post (should see that on WHD's list it about 3 atm)

office 2010 - need sp1 iso/exe and integrate sp2 + any updates post (should see that on WHD's as well)

 

for languages i'm not to sure as  i only use en-us

but from what it seems you then have to integrate the language packs too

 

maybe this may help http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/29408-Office-2010-Pro-Plus-with-SP2-x86-x64-DVD-iso-Retail-VL-*Multi-lang*-Dwnld

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Yea i know this and other links (anyway, thanks for it)

There is just explained the way with one-language and then optional language pack.

How it works?`Its the same as combine en-office + de-office or its another way?

There is explained that you can toggle language later in Office, but no choose-option for install or?

Then i found a "SP2 for language Packs" i absolute dunno how handle, which order and all, lol.

 

I need first to "integrate" SP1 then SP2 or can i integrate SP2 directly?

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Yea i know this and other links (anyway, thanks for it)

There is just explained the way with one-language and then optional language pack.

How it works?`Its the same as combine en-office + de-office or its another way?

There is explained that you can toggle language later in Office, but no choose-option for install or?

Then i found a "SP2 for language Packs" i absolute dunno how handle, which order and all, lol.

 

I need first to "integrate" SP1 then SP2 or can i integrate SP2 directly?

 

 

you need to extract SP1 for 2013, or SP2 for 2010 and copy all content .msp & .xml files over to /updates/ folder

using 7zip will allow easy extraction winrar will not extra office update files

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Yea thank you.

Iv searched a little for and found now all what i need and also much more.

I'm on way to create my Office Disks, i think i can much of that information also release here.

 

I think i care of at weekend.

Greez

 

Update:

I found new ways and planing a tutorial for get "FULL 2014" Office-Disks.

But it need some more, at the moment i have something to do personal.

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This is my first post on here so please don't bite.

I am trying to update a office 2010 sp1 disc which has both the 32bit and 64bit versions.

I have copied the whole disc to a folder on my hard drive, downloaded sp2 for both versions of office, extracted the msp and xlm files from the service packs and added them into the correct update folder overwriting any that are already there. When I do a clean office install and I connect to windows update it tells me I need sp2 for which ever version I have downloaded, its as if it does not install the required sp2 files, any help would be appreciated.

The office disc I am using is a retail version.

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Sorry for such a late answer:

Sometimes I've the same problem for office 2010, i dont know how it created...

I've readed for that case you need to install sp1 first then sp2, same for update folder.

But this make no sense in my mind, microsoft self write to this, that sp2 ~complete~ replace sp1.

 

Otherwise it can be happen when you install a pre-sp2 update (means a update for an install with sp1) after you installed sp2.

But I use abbodi1406's update source, and im very sure that he dont include pre-sp2-updates in his office 2010 post-sp2 repository...

 

By the way: Same stuff for KB2919355, solutions welcome...

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