This utility software is licensed for use outside the United States and its territories only and will only operate in those locales. If you reside within the United States and its territories, visit the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article for information about a utility that is designed for your use:
979893 Utility to manage custom XML markup feature availability for customers in the United States and its territories
Customers who purchase or license Microsoft Office Word 2007 or Microsoft Office Word 2003 from Microsoft after January 10, 2010 for use in the United States and its territories must now use updated software that does not include a particular custom XML markup tagging implementation. The Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Presentation Formats (“Compatibility Pack”), which is currently available from the Microsoft Download center, also no longer includes support for this particular custom XML markup tagging implementation.
In some cases, customers outside the United States and its territories may have to use the custom XML markup feature with Word 2003 or Office Word 2007. However, these customers may have installed the updated versions of Word 2007 or of Word 2003 with the Compatibility Pack from updated media or from a download location that does not include the custom XML markup feature. A utility is now available that helps you install the custom XML Markup feature on computers that are outside the United States and its territories and that are licensed to use Word 2003 or Word 2007. This utility is used when the custom XML markup feature is not available in Word.
How to obtain and install the CXMUtilityPKG.exe utility
When you expand the CXMUtilityPKG.exe package, the following file is extracted to a location that you specify:
When you run the utility, it will check to determine whether Word 2007 or Word 2003 with the Office Compatibility Pack for Word file formats is installed on the computer and whether this installed version of Word can read custom XML markup tags from XML based files. The utility will display this information in its main window.
If the version of Word on your computer cannot read custom XML markup tags, but the custom markup feature is installed on that computer, you can click the Install button to install the feature into Word.
The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
For more information about how to download Microsoft support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
119591 How to obtain Microsoft support files from online services
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For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
978951 Description of the January 2010 update for Office Word
You can run CXMUtility.exe on the following operating systems:
Windows Server 2003 or a later version
Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) or a later version
More information for system administrators
You can use batch files or system management scripts to run CXMUtility.exe. CXMUtility.exe supports the following optional command-line switches:
CXMUtility [/T] [/S]
/T: Specifies that the utility should silently determine if the version of Word on the computer can read custom XML markup tags from XML-based files (no changes will be made).
/S: Specifies that the custom XML markup feature should be silently installed if you can do so.
The utility returns the following codes to the calling environment:
(0): Success, and custom XML markup reading is available.
(1): Success, custom XML markup reading is not available but may be installed. This code is returned only when CXMUtility.exe is used with the /T switch.
(2): Success, custom XML markup reading is not available.