These are the most recent articles posted at the Microsoft Knowledge Base for Office:
Consider the following scenario:
- You use user account A to log on to a computer that is running Windows 7 and then install Microsoft Office 2010
- You add user account B and then log off user account A.
- You log on to the computer by using user account B and then open a Word 2010 document that uses the Cambria Math font,
In this scenario, you may receive a message that resembles the following:
There is insufficient memory or disk space. Word cannot display the selected font
After you restore your system using the Windows System Restore feature and then install Microsoft Office Starter 2010, you notice that both Microsoft Excel Starter 2010 and Microsoft Word Starter 2010 give the following error when they are launched:
"<appname> Starter 2010 cannot be opened. Try again or repair the product in the Control Panel." where the <appname> is either Microsoft Excel Starter 2010 or Microsoft Word Starter 2010.
Volume license customers who downloaded and installed the Office 2010 Proofing Tools Kit dated Nov 5, 2010 or earlier may have issues with their Office 2010 client activations.
Any customer that installed the Proofing Tools Kit using the default CONFIG.XML included with the kit will set the KMS host value on their client machines to a KMS host internal to Microsoft. This will overwrite the value that existed in the CONFIG.XML prior to the installation of the Proofing Tool Kit. This new value breaks automatic discovery of KMS hosts for every client on which the Proofing Tool Kit is installed. This issue then will prevent Office applications from activating against the KMS host(s) that were specified in Office 2010’s CONFIG.XML prior to the installation of the Proofing Tool Kit.