Office 2000

Microsoft Office 2000
Version of Microsoft Office
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Microsoft Word 2000
Version9.0
Codename
Latest build
Released1999-06-07
Support end2004-06-30 (Mainstream)
2009-07-14 (Extended)
Replaces
Microsoft Office 97
Replaced by
Microsoft Office XP


Microsoft Office 2000 is a version of Microsoft Office released to manufacturing on 23 March 1999 and to retail on 7 June 1999 that accompanied the release of Windows 2000. This version introduced the Windows Installer (MSI) for installing and maintaining included applications. It is also the last version to support Windows 95 and it no longer installs Microsoft Binder by default. It additionally includes Internet Explorer 5 and Windows Media Player 6.1.

One service release and two service packs were released to Office 2000 until 21 October 2002, with the former one receiving a minor "a" update in early 2001. Officially, Office 2000 is not supported on Windows Vista and later. Mainstream support for Office 2000 ended on 30 June 2004, and extended support on 14 July 2009.

System requirements[edit | edit source]

  • Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0 SP3 or later
  • Pentium 75 MHz; Pentium 133 MHz required for PhotoDraw
  • 16 MB of RAM for Windows 9x; 32 MB for Windows NT
  • Hard disk space:
    • 189 MB (Standard)
    • 360 MB (Small Business)
    • 391 MB (Professional)
    • 526 MB (Premium)
    • 871 MB (Developer)
  • CD-ROM drive
  • Display: 640x480 VGA; 800x600 SVGA with 256 colors recommended
  • Audio output device required for multimedia effects
  • Mouse and Keyboard

Builds[edit | edit source]

Beta 1[edit | edit source]

Beta 2[edit | edit source]

Release Candidate 1[edit | edit source]

RTM[edit | edit source]

Service Release 1 Beta[edit | edit source]

Service Release 1[edit | edit source]

Service Pack 2[edit | edit source]

Service Pack 3[edit | edit source]