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Old 08-22-2016, 10:00 AM
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I am a new member and i will need your help.

I want to activate Microsoft Office Professional 2013.

Can you tell me how to buy a product key for the activation and the cost?

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Old 08-22-2016, 05:38 PM
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A simple Web search will supply the info. You will need to buy a copy of Microsoft Office Professional 2013. The price depends on where you buy it from.
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A simple Web search will supply the info. You will need to buy a copy of Microsoft Office Professional 2013. The price depends on where you buy it from.
How can I get past the following & enter a different Key?

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You question has no apparent relevance to the topic of this thread and I have no idea what you mean by 'the following'.
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You question has no apparent relevance to the topic of this thread and I have no idea what you mean by 'the following'.
It's about "How do you want to activate your software?

I want to activate the software over the Internet

How can I enter a different 25 key?
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Once an Office installation has been activated with a particular key, it remains activated with that key. The only way to use a different key is to upgrade/downgrade to either a different edition of your current version (e.g. from 'Home & Student' to 'Professional' or vice-versa) or to another version (e.g. from 2013 to 2016).
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So if I put in a wrong key, I can't change it?
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If you input an invalid key, it won't be accepted and Office won't activate until you input a valid one. Accidentally inputting a 'wrong' key that is valid is extremely unlikely.
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But how can I get back to entering a valid one?
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Have you actually activated your Office installation? Doing so isn't possible if the key is invalid, so Office would still be waiting for you to provide a valid one.
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How can I get past the following & enter a valid Key?
When trying to activate, I get this message:
This product cannot be activated because the product key is not valid.
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See: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/836178
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