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I bought a new desktop pc from pc world about a month ago, i did not buy any microsoft programs such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc... to install on my pc as i knew there would be free programs like this already installed. I have Windows Vista on my pc which came with Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel etc... which i had no problems using when i first started using it. Today i wanted to use Microsoft Word, i opened up the document and then a box appeared asking me to type the product key, usually when it ask's me for this i cancel it and ignore it and did the same today. When i started typing i realised there was nothing on the screen and i was unable to use microsoft word so i checked microsoft excel and the others but it was the same i could open up the program but couldn't use it as it was disabled for some reason. The only reason i ignore the product key box is because it kept saying it was wrong when i typed it in but that was the product key i got with my pc so i just started to ignore it and cancel it. I dont understand if this is because these programs were free for a limited time only and i now have to buy Microsoft office package and install it. Please can you help? Im fed up with taking my pc to PC world as they are con merchants, charging me way too much for nothing, i think that this is unfair, taking advantage as i dont have knowledge on computers like they do. Please help me.
This is the pc details
PACKARD BELL IMAX X3414
PRODUCT NO: X19W
Wow. Somehow, the stuff you chose to ignore was the program telling you how many more times you could run it without a serial number. I think it was 25 to start, and it kept counting even when you just opened up excel or word to look at a file.
Since this is fixya and not alt.pirates.com, it's not likely you'll find a free solution here. There are alternatives to Word and Excel, most notably at openoffice.org. My genuine microsoft stuff comes from Purplus.com. Again, it's not free, but it's low cost. A copy of 2003 Office Pro runs about $115.
If you have a friend who goes to college, you might hook up with them and get student editions of the program. I think they can nab you a copy of Office 2007 for around $50. The only problem is it might be missing some things like Front Page and Outlook.
Lastly, you can buy yourself 60 days if you just go to Microsoft.com and download and register Office 2007 trial version. It really unlocks your program and you can try it.
That gives you 60 days to save up to buy a real copy of Office something from any of the sources above.
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