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Re: XP Has been uninstalled
Microsoft Outlook Express, Outlook and Outlook Web Access come integrated with Windows XP. You could use any of those email programs instead of Office 2007, or you could purchase Office 2007, the choice is yours.
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Microsoft Products including Office 2007 are licensed software and cannot be used without the product key. You can only download the trial version. Instead you can use OpenOffice, which is an absolutely FREE and open source office and productivity
suite. Refer here to my earlier solution regarding Office Suite. OR. If you wish to use Office 2003, you have to uninstall Office 2007. To uninstall you can use any uninstaller or uninstall the program using "Add Remove Programs" from the control pannel. As stated by you, if you are having problems uninstalling MS Office 2007, as a work around, manually delete the MS Office 2007 folder from the 'C:\Program Files' and Start Menu. After that you can use the following software to fix the registry entries left by Office 2007 and the remaining files etc. -You can use Registry fixing software/utility. I have come across a
Registry Tool, which is effective to fix common
Registry issues. Its Free, small size, easy to use and completely safe.
Click here to download CCleaner. Install CCleaner, Click 'ISSUES' and 'SCAN FOR ISSUES' and then click 'FIX SELECTED ISSUES'. Also, Run cleaner from the main interface of CCleaner.
Make a backup of the registry and proceed. You may proceed without registry back, if you like.
MS Office 2007 trial version had ended already. There is a new free trial for MS Office 2010, you can go to the Microsoft website http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/try to try the program for 60 days. Once you download it, the product key will automatically show. You must uninstall the MS Office 2007 trial version first, before you download the MS Office 2010 to avoid conflicts. Installing this program would take a while or depending on the speed of internet.
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.
Usually a trial version of 2007 is given with every laptop after the trial period 2007 asks for product key. you have to buy the key from microsoft, or other partners selling the product or you can uninstall the product and use another version you already have.
New computers come with a FREE TRIAL version of Office (usially Office 2007 student)
This lasts for 60 days, you will need to buy a licence if you want to continue, buy a different version, use an illegal copy or try a Free alternative. Open Office
theres a possiblity that the MS office that you have is just a trial version and it already expired,you will need to buy the full version of it for you to be able to continue the service,you can avail it from any computer store,they will provide you a disc with the product key
You are still using a trial version of the office. Microsoft Windows office will not allow you to save once your trial version expires. Check to be sure you have a full version. Uninstall all former versions. Check your system clock to be sure its using a current date and time. Install the full version of windows office and you should be ok. Cheers