Just installed home and student after free trial.can attach photos to mail template but when but when I hit the send button nothing happens.then get message that product has expired and do I want to convert; enter product key details but these are rejected.pproduct bought from reputable store. I do not use windows live system for my mails preferring to use windows mail basic system.
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Re: cannot e-mail photos.
It only means to say that you need to install a full version of the microsoft windows vista ultimate edition. you need to purchase to any near computer shops so that you can enter the product key. or you may contact your computer manufacturer to provide you the installation disk of the softwae you want to use.
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If you brought Microsoft Office from a retailer it should come with the product key on the back of the CD Sleeve or if you downloaded it after purchasing it, they normally will send you an email with your product key. But if you just lost it and need it recovered without this information is another thing.
Depending on what email program you are using there is a couple of good ways to do this depending on the sizes of the photos and how much uploading space your service will allow you. Either copy and paste the photos in your email to the lettering portion either at the top or the bottom of the email or look for the button that says attachments. Click on that and go to where the photo is located and click the photo you desire to send it will appear in the attachment area of your email. John
If you recently purchased a new computer, a "trial" version of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 was installed.
After the trial-period ends (30 days? 60 days? 30 usages?) you must either purchase a "full" license-key, either at any retail store or online, or you can uninstall the software, and then
download and install FREE "office productivity" software, from: http://www.OpenOffice.org
which imitates Word & Excel & PowerPoint.
Preinstalled Office is a plague among laptop buyers. You get a trial version preinstalled, and when you are happily accustomed to using it - the trial period expires and you are asked for a product key... Looks similar to giving drugs for free, in hope that you'll become an addict and start paying...
Consult the paperwork that came with the laptop, there should be a purchase offer for it. Alternatively, you can go to a nearest cheap computer shop (or look online) and buy the Home&Student Office Boxed package for a surprisingly reasonable price (compared to "regular" versions). It gives you an added benefit of a license for 3 computers at home. But remember, this is what it says - home or student. If you are caught using this version for business purposes, it's a violation of the license terms.
I am sorry but you have to purchase the MS off ice package from microsoft. Your product key you are refering to is for the Windows program only. We cannot provide you with a key as it is considered software piracy.
You did not say whether the Office Suite was 2003 or 2007 and if it was a trial or not. If it was a trial version then it will not activate after 120 days from the day you bought it, not the day you load it. Office suites never come with the computer except as a trial. If you are cash strapped as many of us are you can download the latest trial from Microsoft for free for 120 days OR you can download a Microsoft-compatible free Office suite from Sun Microsystems.com! ~Steve Medley