Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full Version for PC - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

You can go to to their support section. You may be able to talk to someone online or call their 800 number for assistance with a product key that is invalid.

Microsoft Office... | Answered 2 days ago | 496 views

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Microsoft Office... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017 | 45 views

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Microsoft Office... | Answered on Nov 20, 2017 | 243 views

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Microsoft Office... | Answered on Nov 15, 2017 | 190 views

What is the source of installation do you use to install Office (CD or Download source)?
If you are installing using the disc create a new folder on the computer, copy the entire contents of the disk to a new folder on the desktop and then run the installation from the setup file in the folder and check if it works fine.
If it is a download source file, try extracting the download file using the steps mentioned below and then try to install and check if you are able to install Office.
Click Start, Search programs and files, Drag and drop the .exe file to the Run window and type '/extract' without quotes
Now try to install Office by double clicking on setup.exe
Refer the link below to know how to extract .exe files:

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Nov 09, 2017 | 2,567 views

If you can read off the code from your old computer you will be able to use it otherwise ebay have things like that.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Nov 20, 2017 | 68 views

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click on server tab and then adjust the settings , click on the advanced tab and adjust nad click on IMAP tab and adjust
apply as required
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Microsoft Office... | Answered on Oct 04, 2017 | 107 views

Right click on the zipped file. A context menu will pop up. Scroll to "unzip file at this location". After file is unzipped, double-click on the ".exe" file. Follow prompts.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Oct 02, 2017 | 555 views

You must setup Outlook to use cox POP and SMTP servers for email. Contact cox to get these settings.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Sep 26, 2017 | 133 views

First, I want to tell your clearly there is two types of Office 2010 setup one is Microsoft Office 2010 Professional and Microsoft Office 2010 Portable. Also, Microsoft Office 2007 Free Download offline installer setup is available here.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Sep 22, 2017 | 443 views

I would probably run the following before doing anything else. It may take over an hour to run.

If the above does not work, try the below. It may be a bit difficult to determine which system restore might contain the working setting for the 2007 Office as you may have generated several restore points in attempting to reinstall it. If you go back too far, the program won't be available or recoverable. Avoid going back to a point prior to its installation but walk it back to a date where it was working. That is, choose such a system restore point. This may work around your problem with reinstallation.

I am not sure how you are reinstalling the 2007 Office. Did you uninstall it and then attempt to reinstall it or did you try to reinstall it over top of the existing corrupted version? And from what source? If you have an installation file and the software key, you might uninstall the program with something like Iobit Uninstaller or Revo Uninstaller, then try fixing disk errors with Glary Utilities (if you can find a version compatible with your OS). Afterwards, try installing the program from Safe Mode.

Regarding reinstallation attempts, surely it requested the "key" each time you attempted reinstallation. Before you try anything else, you might run Magic Jelly Bean and Belarc Advisor to see what the programs pull up in terms of the serial number (key). If you can't find it, you know why your 2007 Office didn't run.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Sep 12, 2017 | 8,441 views

i need to get product key for word 2007

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Nov 20, 2017 | 152,230 views

Microsoft office contains many softwares like MS word, Outlook,Excel,Powerpoint etc
Now, MS Office is a PAID software,,you need to pay for purchasing the software or to purchase it's product key.. i.e. you need to pay for the whole software to use it.
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Microsoft Office... | Answered on Aug 09, 2017 | 430 views

Im afraid there is no legal way to get the FULL Version of Microsoft Excel for Free.

However there are a couple free alternatives you can try:

Open Office:
Download Apache OpenOffice

Google Sheets:
Google Sheets create and edit spreadsheets online for free

These are the two I use the most.

Is there a specific reason you need Microsoft Excel?

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Jul 26, 2017 | 169 views

First you'll have to save the PST files to removable media (CD, flash drive, etc.) then you'll have to use a copy of Outlook 2003 to save the file in Office 97-2002 format. If you don't have Office 2003, try your local library or you could buy a copy (they're really inexpensive, if used) on the internet (eBay, Craig's List, etc.).

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Jun 28, 2017 | 226 views

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Microsoft Office... | Answered on Jun 23, 2017 | 93,832 views

Here is, how you can get your key back.

To obtain a new product key for your Office program in the United States, call 1-800-936-5700 and speak to a Microsoft customer service representative. Outside of the United States, call the number that appears in the activation wizard.
When you call Microsoft for a new Office product key, have the following items available for the customer service representative:
  • The product CD-ROM
  • The computer on which you want to install Office
  • The readable parts of your original product key (if available)
  • The ProductID information in the registry

Microsoft Office... | Answered on May 31, 2017 | 220 views

Hello, Brenda. I apologize for the delay in this response. I typed a very long post last night, with (I believe) 12 items posed, in order to try to help zero in on the problem. Then, when I checked back today, for some reason it has disappeared. (I understand there has been some sort of issue with postings not saving properly, but I imagine FixYa is working on that.)

I did quite a lot of research on this - some 2+ hours - to try to make sure I wasn't overlooking something. So, I am going to try to basically recreate last night's content. Then we'll go from there.
  1. Please provide the exact model & specs of the Toshiba you are using (model #, hard drive, memory & type of memory, processor, specific version of OS, and graphics card). It might also be relevant to check out what other programs (non-MS) are on the machine, but we should start with the basics.
  2. Are you using the built-in keyboard and touchpad, or have you attached external devices? If external, what is being used? Is the same lack of response (as of the keyboard) noted in the mouse or touchpad used?
  3. Does the failure to respond occur in any program, at any time, without any routine event having occurred before it happens, or is it limited to one program, or following some particular type of usage? For example, is it only when you are in Office, or is it there even if you are just, say, working in MS Windows (such as using a search or explorer function)?
  4. As a sub-item of #3, if you are in Office when this occurs, is it primarily related to any one program, or is it more prevalent when performing one type of task over others? Further, does any specific type of usage or event generally lead to the complete lockup?
  5. As you have posted this under Office Pro 2007 Full Version, please confirm that this is your version of Office (Professional 2007). How was this placed on the machine: retail purchase with clean install, upgrade of free trial installed at OEM level, retail install following removal of trial, e.g., or perhaps through some type of download? When the install was executed, did you install with standard options (letting Office choose typical items) or did you do some customization?
  6. If you did have an OEM free trial on the machine, was it ever used, and did you uninstall it before installing your current product?
  7. What antivirus or other malware-prevention software are you running? Was the antivirus disabled during the Office installation?
  8. Is the Automatic Update feature turned on, and if so, in what fashion? By this, I mean, is the system completing automatic updates from download to install without your intervention, is it turned off with you going out periodically to download updates when you choose, or somewhere in between, such as download but let you choose when to install? Are you using the Windows Update and/or Microsoft Update? And, on updates, have you installed SP1 for Office 2007 (and if Vista, same question there)?
  9. Did the response issue begin immediately after installation of Office was completed, or was there any lag time when it still functioned properly? (For instance, activated, then it started, or two days later, or installed some other products, etc.)
  10. What process was followed to activate Office software, and were there any problems encountered in this procedure?
  11. Please check the Device Manager and Event Viewer, and let's make sure that the devices all appear normal (no error indications) and what types of events are in the event viewer at or around the time this occurs.
  12. Have you verified that all drivers on the machine are current and up to date, as well as BIOS and firmware? (There are some issues with Vista drivers out there, and we can locate those if we identify the specific need.)
  13. Did you use the machine with any other word processing type function prior to install of Office? What I'm trying to get at here is how certain we are that it is completely relative to the installation of Office. In other words, did the machine keep up with your typing before Office without issue?
  14. When Toshiba said there was no hardware issue, what exactly did they say they did to verify that? I ask this, as I recently helped with a huge issue with an HP laptop that simply was not right, and techs were ridiculously inadequate when stating nothing was wrong with the machine - it was proven many times over that this was untrue & I spent more than 100 hours on the phone with everyone from tech support to several "Case Managers" - and they still didn't live up to all of their commitments. Bad news! At any rate, we won't give up and if it's hardware, they have to live up to their end of the bargain.
I don't know that these are all the same questions I posted last night, but I think we are generally addressing the same issues for the most part. Now, a couple of basic things before getting into the whole list of questions - and feel free to post back in pieces if you need to!

Some folks have had issues with the keyboard "flexing" when typing, due to some basically "flimsy" plastic construction... This is obviously dependent on the model, so may be irrelevant to your situation.

Check Toshiba's policy re replacement after xx times being serviced for the same issue. (Most often 2x.)

-- Have you tried to attach an alternative keyboard to see if you have the same problem? I think this could be a key factor in determining with a little more certainty if this is a hardware or software problem. For example, if you have access to a USB keyboard, plug it in and let's see how the input functions using that. [NOTE: This presumes that you are comfortable with the actions necessary to direct your system to use the alternative input source. If not, let me know - I'll walk you through it.] If you still have the delay in typing, we'll know that it is more likely a software issue as opposed to a hardware issue. (Or at least that it is not an issue with the keyboard hardware piece.)
-- Run a memory check and hard disk check to verify A-OK.
-- Open your task manager and watch your CPU usage among the services that are running as you use the machine. [If you click on the "CPU" column header, sort the list to where the services using the most CPU resources are at the top. These services will move up and down based on their individual usage as you go, and you should be able to see what services are running and using the resources.] This will also allow you to see what percentage of your resources are being used before and during keyboard usage. Plus, if the machine locks up while using the keyboard, you should be able to see what service is running and most likely at the heart of the matter when it does. I would also suggest sorting (click the column header as needed) on the Memory being used by each process. If you see some process "hogging" memory, this is symptomatic also in the next issue outlined.

-- Related to the monitoring of services and resources above, it is possible that what you are seeing as a delay in keyboard response is actually an issue with the entire system. For example, if the CPU usage goes to 100% for some period, and perhaps an extended period of time, it could be perceived that the system has locked up when it really is just going through some ridiculously long process that is unrelated to the keyboard. I have most often seen this with the Automatic Updates (whether the "Windows" or the "Microsoft" version). Automatic Updates has routinely, over the past 2 years or so, created issues by consuming (grabbing up) all of your system resources, which precludes response from almost every other process occurring within your system.

Further, MS keeps saying the issues are corrected and providing fixes, but after four or five times of believing this and turning the Automatic Updates option back on, I have now decided that for at least some period of time, to leave it turned off until I am certain it really is corrected. This caused all sorts of problems with my laptop - even misreporting the CPU speed! So, unless you see that the automatic update process is absolutely not involved, I would suggest turning it off while you work through this. Then, you can turn it back on if you choose to do so. At least then we will know that your issue isn't being caused by this possibility that just doesn't "automatically" come to mind - no pun intended... :-)

-- Go to a command line (Start-Run in XP) and type in "msinfo32.exe" without the quotes. This will bring up detailed system information window. Go through the windows in detail, verifying that the listed information agrees with your understanding of the features, software, hardware, levels, etc. on your machine. Take note of any item that appears to be suspect - for example, RAM does not agree to what you expect (e.g., 3.0GB RAM at purchase, but info displays some other number such as 1 or 2.xx.
> Make sure parameters are set to defaults, at least until the problem has been isolated - include: display resolution, paging file and hibernation file sizes, any multimedia preferences or settings, communication ports & connections (wireless, etc.)
> If you have peripherals connected, try booting and using the machine without these, adding one at a time while testing to see if any result in the problem occurring.

**I received "this message has exceeded limits* so I shortened some things and will end here, see if we have reached possible resolution, & await further info! DON'T GIVE UP!

Microsoft Office... | Answered on May 31, 2017 | 2,151 views

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Microsoft Office... | Answered on May 06, 2017 | 91 views

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