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I want to transfer Office 2000 from my old computer to a new one which I am buying. I downloaded Office directly from Microsoft and don't have the CD. How do I find a validation code or Key #?

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  • darrin johnson May 11, 2010

    what office 2000 are you using is it for mac,is it premium is it home or pro?

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I would suggest that if you have a computer that you can dowload a program that will write/burn that program to a cd or make a flashdrive bootable(auto run) that you should do that and save it on a media device(bootable cd, storage device, etc) After that all you should have to do is use a computer that has true microsoft operating system go to the microsoft download website and download that official microsoft validation application save it, then install it to the cpu that you want to Install whatever microsoft program that ask for microsoft validation to install.

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