Question about Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full Version for PC
I have a CD version of MS Office 2007 Enterprise Edition I am trying to install on my new computer that runs Vista. When I try to download I am get a message saying I am not an Administrator?? Now MS Office 2007 is pre-installed on Vista and offered as a 60 day trial - if this preinstallation is the issue how do I get around?
You need to firstly check if you are an administrator. Windows Vista will only allow administrators to install programs.
Go to control panel and users to see if it say's administrator under your user name. If it doesn't then you need to either sign on as the administrator or change your user details to administrator, then you will be able to install it. Once it has loaded and you are happy with it, uninstall the 60 day trial version. It will be using a different liscense key to the new CD version of office that you have.
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