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Default Script Editor in MS Office 2007

In Wrox's "VBScript Programmer's Reference 3-d Edition" on page 32 is written: "Reinforcing their commitment to VBScript, Microsoft released a script editor with their Microsoft Office
2003 suite and this is also present in Microsoft Office 2007".

Question: Where in Office 2007 this editor is located?

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With Microsoft Office 2007 (Office 12):
  1. Go to the Microsoft Office Installation Options
    • During installation, chose Custom Installation, or...
    • After installation, go to Add or Remove Programs, then choose Add or Remove Features, and click on Continue.
  2. Expand Office Tools
  3. Click on Microsoft Script Editor (HTML Source Editor), and choose Run all from My Computer.
Adding MSE to the Office installation takes about 5 minutes (depending on your system).

With Office 2007, the Microsoft Script Editor is the same one that's in Office 2003:
  • Microsoft Script Editor 10.0
  • Microsoft Development Enviornment 7.0, Version 7.0.9064
MSE7.exe can be located in the following directory:
  • C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\OFFICE12\
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