Re: i do not have the micrsoft office softwares in laptop
You will need to pay for the software if you wish to edit MS Office documents. If you're a student / teacher, you can get a version designed for you for about £70-80. If you wish to just view documents, you can do by downloading Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc... viewers. Search MS Downloads site for 'Word Viewer', for example.
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Microsoft Excel is Part of the MS office, and unfortunately it is not free, however Open Office is free and you can do pretty much everything you can do with MS office, for excel they have something called Calc which is a spreadsheet program, it is free and it is good. But if you want MS excel you will have to buy it, downloading a cracked copy is not a good alternative they cause more problems than they solve.good luck
MS Office and Word is not a free program. If you downloaded it with a key then you commited piracy. don't worry not yelling at you about it just making you aware of it. Mostlikely the key was locked out by Microsoft and your computer updated Office then found the key is not genuine or is locked and then stopped your use.
i would suggest openoffice.org foudn at www.openoffice.org it is free to use and will open most other application files like Word, Excel, Access, Dbase, Lotus, Wordperfect and more.
Click the Microsoft Office Button , click Excel Options, and then click Add-Ins.
View the add-ins and application extensions that are categorized as follows:
Active Application Add-ins Lists the extensions that are registered and currently running in your Office program.
Inactive Application Add-ins Lists the add-ins that are present on your computer but are not currently loaded. For example, smart tags or XML Schemas are active only when the document that references them is open. Another example is the COM add-ins that are listed in the COM Add-ins dialog box. If the check box for a COM add-in is selected, the add-in is active. If the check box for a COM add-in is cleared, the add-in is inactive. To learn how to open the COM Add-in dialog box, see the section called Turn off or manage the installed add-ins.
Document Related Add-ins Lists template files that are referenced by currently open documents.
Disabled Application Add-ins Lists add-ins that were automatically disabled because they are causing Office programs to crash.