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Error can't display online services while signing into Microsoft Account in office 2013.

Problem:

Error can't display online services while signing into Microsoft Account in office 2013.


Solution:

    Method 1:
  1. Open any Office Application, go to File > Account
  2. Under "User Information", select Sign Out
  3. Restart Windows
  4. Open Office Application, go to File > Account > Sign In

Method 2:
  1. Login into Login.live.com
  2. Update your information(Complete profile)
  3. Signout from Microsoft Account and Reboot the computer.
  4. Try Again.    

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Problem: 

Setup cannot find office.en-us\dwtrig20.exe during office installation

Solution:

Method 1:

a) Uninstall skype form control panel.

b) After installing office, re-install skype.

Method 2:
a) Browse disk by right clicking on it with mouse.
b) Double click on setup.exe file from the same location.

Method 3:
Note: Take backup of your registry before modifying it. 
For registry backup: open "run" >> type "regedit" >> goto "file" >> click on "export" on desktop.

a) Edit the registry.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > MICROSOFT > OFFICE Delete the keys (items) you find in the OFFICE folder but not the sub-folders. This removes traces of previous installs to avoid possible conflicts when installing the new version of Office.

b)HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > MICROSOFT > OFFICE > DELIVERY > SOURCEENGINE > DOWNLOADS
Delete the keys (items) you find here.

We're sorry, but Excel has run into an error that is preventing it from working correctly. Excel will need to be closed as a result. Would you like us to repair it now?

Issue: We're sorry, but Excel has run into an error that is preventing it from working correctly. Excel will need to be closed as a result. Would you like us to repair it now?
This error occur due to some compatibility with the older version office installation.
1.Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15, look for EXCEL.EXE

2.Right Click on this, Properties, In Compatibility tab, check ""Run this Program as an Administrator"

3.Start the Excel. You might again get the error. Close Exel and uncheck ""Run this Program as an Administrator"". Start Exel again. You should not get the error anymore.

4.File > Options > Advanced - In General section (go very much down in Advanced), check ""Ignore Other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)"". Close and re-start the Excel. Uncheck ""Ignore Other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)"". Close and re-start Excel again. You should …