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This article describes how to troubleshoot problems that you may experience when you try to activate a 2007 Microsoft Office application. Additionally, this article contains several methods that you can use to troubleshoot activation issues.
This article is intended for a beginning to intermediate computer user. You may experience the problems in the following scenarios:
Scenario 1 When you try to activate a Microsoft 2007 Office suite, you may experience one of the following symptoms:
You receive the following error message:Your software cannot be activated because the product key you installed with is not valid. Please uninstall the software and reinstall it using a valid product key.
The activation process fails. Additionally, you receive a message that states that you have reached the limit on the number of computers on which you can activate the 2007 Office suite.
Scenario 2 When you successfully started a 2007 Office application and all functions worked correctly for you in the past, you receive an error message. The error message indicates that significant changes were made to the configuration of the computer. In addition to this error message, you may also experience any of the following symptoms:
When you try to activate the 2007 Office suite, the Activation Wizard disappears.
When you try to to activate the 2007 Office suite over the Internet, you receive a communications-related error.
When you try to activate a 2007 Office suite , the Activation Wizard does not start. Additionally, you receive no error messages.
Scenario 3 You try to activate the 2007 Office suite over the phone. However, after you enter the confirmation ID that the support staff supplied to you, you receive an error message. The error message states that the confirmation ID is invalid.
Scenario 4 When you successfully started a 2007 Office application and all functions worked correctly for you in the past, the 2007 Office application now runs in a reduced functionality mode.
Scenario 5 When you start a 2007 Office Trial version for the first time after you complete License Activation, the 2007 Office Trial version runs in a reduced functionality mode, and the Office Activation Wizard is displayed. Additionally, the following text is displayed:
2007 Office system is expired. In this expired state, many features of the version are unavailable until you convert to the full product. Click Convert to begin the conversion process.
Note This activation problem indicates that the Opa12.dat file is corrupt for the 2007 Office application. Scenario 6 When you try to obtain an activation key for a trial version of the 2007 Microsoft Office system over the Internet, you receive the following error message:The Microsoft Activation Assistant was unable to request your trial activation key This issue is temporary until the updated version of Try Microsoft Office 2007 is available. Microsoft is in the process of updating Try Microsoft Office 2007 based on the January 2010 update for Office Word. For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:978951 Description of the January 2010 update for Office Word
Most probably your users' profile is corrupt!! Try this,
1. Created a new user profile
2. Use windows cleanup to delete old files.
3. Restart PC and use new account.
4. Works...?? when you open Winword?
5. Then use your newly created account.
** Don't forget to backup your necessary data first
Hope it helps.
"Courtesy is free but it will carry you forward a long way in a lifetime!"
Try deleting all files within the following locations: (In Windows Explorer (not Internet Explorer) click "Tools" and select "Folder Options" then choose "Show hidden files" and take the tick out of "Hide protected system files")
%UserProfile%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\
This is the action of some form of malware, masquerading as Windows Security Center. It roots itself in the current user's temporary data folders and as far as I know, doesn't affect all users.
It is also a hidden process but as far as I know, doesn't execute any particularly malicious code, just a really annoying notification (which you'll notice changes).
the hard drive/disc, on the computer may be failing and would need to be replaced soon.
If the computer works fine aside from this error message, you can go into bios / computer setup / cmos.
And adjust the settings so that S.M.A.R.T. Is turned off or Disabled and you shouldn't receive the error message.
Your computer will say when you press the power button, on the screen along with other text, press XX button to enter setup. Note that is right when the power is turned on, if you see windows logo you have waited too long try again.
In setup or bios, you need to look for "SMART Monitoring" and set it to disabled. The name and options may be diffrent on diffrent brands.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
OMNIFORM 5.1 IS INOPERATIVE, KEEP RECEIVING PRINT SPOOLER AND KERNEL PRINTER ERROR MESSAGES HAVE TRIED TO REPAIR, AND DELETE AND RELOAD. ALL ATTEMPTS HAVE FAILED. THESE PROGRAMS ARE BEING USED ON WINDOWS VISTA
That message implies that the program has tried to reach an on line website, perhaps to register, but has failed because your connection was not active at that time.
Try reinstalling it while connected.
Yes, if you send an HTML format message to someone, and they are viewing emails in plain text, their Outlook may be adding extra lines. Check your Tools -> Options -> On the Preferences tab there should be an Email Options button. In Email Options there should be an option to Remove extra line breaks in plain text messages. It won't affect you when composing an email, but your recipients should make sure they have that checked if they are also using Outlook and reading email in Plain Text.
When you are composing emails you can hold the Shift key and press Enter to override the auto-double-space and Outlook will only do a single space.