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Old 11-17-2010, 09:26 AM
jsebesty jsebesty is offline MS Office 2007 licensing Windows XP MS Office 2007 licensing Office 2000
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Purchased new laptop 6 months ago with Office 2007. I also have a desktop with Office 2000 on it. My question is can I install the Office 2007 on my desktop. I dont see anything on the disks that says I cant.
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Old 11-17-2010, 02:59 PM
atrivedi atrivedi is offline MS Office 2007 licensing Windows 7 MS Office 2007 licensing Office 2010 (Version 14.0)
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If you have a copy of the Office 2007 installation CD, you should be able to use it to install the software on your Desktop.

Make sure that you have Service Pack 2 or higher installed on your computer in order to run the Office 2007 Software.

Follow all the directions that came with the CD and the Software should install successfully.

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