Microsoft Office ProPlus 2013 VL x64 en-US Jun2013
2011 | ENG | Windows| 1.16 GB
Microsoft Office ProPlus x64 VL 2013 Jun2013
Contains all KB files with msp patches to bring current to
the June11-2013 security-patch date.
First I converted the source from Retail to VL because you are
not going to activate any Retail version without purchasing.
There would obviously be small periods where leaked keys could
be used to retail activate, but it would only work for a short
while before MS blocks the key. This is why we use VL for KMS
Then I added all the big MSP files into the updates folder.
You can't simply toss the exe files from MS Download Center in the
folder, but you can extract those files with 7-zip and then copy the
en-US and the none.MSP files to there. You also have to add any
proofing Spanish and French files or Update nags you.
And that's exactly what I've done. These are all of the MSP files
contained in MOST of the KB exe files available for download. There
are still a few ones that don't have any MSP file inside, but
they are very small. The non-MSP kb files total about 1-3megs on
Microsoft Update. Those, you can do yourself. I cannot
pre-integrate those without making a fully custom install using
a bunch of registry settings, task settings, services, etc.
Basically, just not gonna happen; would be a mistake to even try.
MSP files added to Updates Folder:
access-x-none.msp, ace-x-none.msp, convintl-en-us.msp,
csi-x-none.msp, excel-x-none.msp, excelintl-en-us.msp,
fpsrvutl-x-none.msp, groove-x-none.msp, grooveintl-en-us.msp,
lync-x-none.msp, lyncintl-en-us.msp, msmipc-x-none.msp,
mso-x-none.msp, msointl-en-us.msp, msores-x-none.msp,
oart-x-none.msp, oleo-x-none.msp, onenote-x-none.msp,
osetup-x-none.msp, outlfltr-x-none.msp, outlook-x-none.msp,
outlookintl-en-us.msp, powerpoint-x-none.msp, powerpointintl-en-us.msp,
project-x-none.msp, proof-en-us.msp, proof-es-es.msp,
visiointl-en-us.msp, vsto-x-none.msp, vviewer-x-none.msp,
If you are contemplating using this for a different language, I'd
recommend using the MSDN iso from that language, and going through the
exe extraction process like I have. It's not difficult. You just keep
extracting and adding them to the updates folder until Microsoft Update
stops nagging you. Adding another language pack would probably be fairly
simple, but I have no experience with that. You would need to search web.
You can activate using MS Toolkit 2.4.3.
Click the office button, then activation tab, etc.
You can backup your activation files in MTK.
(Thanks to CODYQX4 for his amazing MTK activation app)
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