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Can I Upgrade Office 2003 to Office 2007 without full pack on my company PC with MSI files or MSts

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From last 2 days I was looking for the various options about how to upgrade Office 2003 to 2007 without full package of Office 2007 on my company PCs.
Is it possible to do us with some ".MSI files" or with any "Office Migration Planning Manager". Kindly help me with this.

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If you have valid licenses for Office 2003, you can purchase upgrade licenses, which are considerably less expensive than full package licenses. The cost, of course, depends on which version of office you purchase. There are also ways to save in quantity purchases if you have a large number of machines, and a program known as "Software Assurance" is something that has saved my companies a great deal of money, time, and trouble over the years. All of these are covered on the Microsoft website, but there is obviously a great deal of information there if you are not sure of what you are looking for. Software assurance not only can save on cost in the long run, as it is a subscription program, and during the term of the subscription (1 to 3 years) you are entitled to any and all upgrades, new versions, etc., without additional charge. There are also certain features which are only available through the corporate programs. There is not a file or other tool which would allow for you to upgrade your corporate software without charge.

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