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Can afford Microsofts Office Program? Then try Sun Microsystems OPen Office. Its a great alternative to Microfoft wrod,excel,powerpoint etc....

You can download it here:
http://download.openoffice.org/

You cant beat the price of free!

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my new laptop came with Microsoft office. is PowerPoint included or only word and excel? and if it is how do I install it? only Microsoft word and excel are what is on it right now. I thought it came with all three.


Depending on the version of Office that came with your computer you may not have power point. If it's not included then you will need to purchase it before it can be installed. A free alternative to the entire Office line is openoffice.org simply type in www.openoffice.org and download their latest edition. It has a powerpoint type program that is compatible (and should be able to output as PP file types) with PowerPoint. I hope this helps and thank you.

Mar 03, 2011 | Microsoft PowerPoint for PC

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free download Microsoft Office professional 2003


MS Office is not a free program.
You will need to purchase a copy of MS Office.
For an alternative free program OPEN OFFICE is a full-featured office suite that's compatible with Microsoft Office.
If you want Open Office you can download this free program.
Click on this link to download :-
http://www.openoffice.org/

Feb 25, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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i have been using emachine laptop with microsoft office home and student on it.i cannot work on it because it keeps asking for product key.the one i have on the laptop is not working.please help.


The product key is basically a license / receipt that tells Microsoft you paid for the software.

So you can try tracking one down by searching the web ;)

OR you can download a trail version of Office 2010 which will allow you to use office for 30 days (usually)

Or you can use Open Office which is an open source aka FREE version of office. It's similar and not as flashy but it gets the job done.

Here's a link to Open Office.

Hope this info helps.

Jan 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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my laptop doesn't have microsoft office applications


You have to purchase Microsoft Office.
If you can't afford it you can download Open Office from the Internet, it is freeware and it can open and write all Microsoft Office files.

May 18, 2009 | HP Compaq Presario V5000Z Notebook

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Try OpenOffice instead http://download.openoffice.org/index.html ... it's free, forever, not just 30 days. It can read and save Office Files (Excell, Word, Powerpoint, etc.), it's Open Source and has all the features you are likely to need. Versions avail for Mac, PC, Linux. 

I switched a month ago, after using MS Office products for a decade .... I don't miss them at all.  I can read all my old files and save them in original MS format, or in the Open Office format.
Try it ... you might like it.    You could always send them a few bucks if you feel it's worth it.
MS code == buggy. Open source code gets fixed because any qualified programmer can look at the source code and contribute a fix.  Considering open source is developed by a rag tag world wide team of programmers,  you will be amazed that the quality is frequently better that MS.  Sun Microsystems has donated a slew of money (programmer time, and hard cash) to developing Open Office.  
Many companies have great, high quality, ad free, software for free, like AVG Antivirus Free version, etc.  
If you try OO, let me know what you think.
...ajm

Oct 29, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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