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I do not have the micrsoft office softwares in laptop

I do not have the microsft office application on my laptop
- word, excel, access, etc
how can i get these software on my laptop, i.e. free software download

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  • thelaga Oct 13, 2008

    i dont have the micrsoft office excel in my laptop and unable to proceed with my work. pls help.

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    i don't have word exel and al the rest on my laptop

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    not having word, excel & powerpoint

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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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There is a Compatibility Pack that will allow you to open 2007 Files or "docx" files. You can find it at the Microsoft website

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