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When i repair my ms office 2003 i have been asked to enter source . how to do this

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Insert the disk you used to install Office.

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HP computer after an uninstall of MS office 2003 black screen on startup monitor is working fine can't even restore to specific point in time


When turning on or booting up you computer, taping F8 immediately and select safe mode using scroll up and down arrow keys and press enter to select safe mode. If there is a small window prompt asking confirmation just click yes or OK. When you already in windows desktop, click start, programs, accessories, system tools and system restore. Then try to restore your system after the day you uninstalled your MS Office 2003.

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Nov 17, 2010 | PC Desktops

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The Main Four Differences Between Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office...


The Main Four Differences Between Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office 2003
There are few differences between Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office 2003. As we know, some new features have been added to MS-Office 2007. The appearance has also been improved. This tips is only created for those who are not familiar with Office 2007 so that they can learn it easily.
The main four differences are;
Menu bar :
See the picture below:
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Ribbon :
The ribbon with a Logo in MS-Office 2007, the normal drop down menus in MS-Office 2003 has been replaced. Most people who have been using Office 2003 got confused with this since we cannot see the File Menu button where we can directly select New, Open, Save, etc. But those are still there with the ribbon. This interfaces makes us easier while using the office suite. When we click the Ribbon (Office logo) on the extreme top left corner we will see the following bottons :
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XML file Format :
When we talk about Office 2003, it means .doc file extension. Now a new file format has been added called .docx. If we save any file or data in this format, we can’t read or open it using previous versions of Microsoft office. But don’t worry, there are still the old file formats as well. And we can open the previous versions file format in Microsoft Office 2007. So if you are transferring a MS office file to another user or sending it through email, it’s best to sent it as .doc so that anyone who is using any version of Microsoft Office can open and read it.

If you ever come across more differences, please leave a comment so that we can help each other better. Good luck to you all.

on May 13, 2010 | PC Desktops

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MS Office Home and Student 2007 keeps locking


I have found that Microsoft's best was the 2003 version of everything, so I might try installing that, but if you need 2007 for some reason I am willing to upload my personal version of 2007 Professional and provide my serial. If you need I can also provide the 2003 version, but there are just a few major bigs in the 2007 version, I would see if you can update it in any way.

Ryan Frame
Creative Energy Associates Technical Center

Sep 01, 2009 | PC Desktops

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HOW CAN I GET MS OFFICE 2003 FOR FREE??


If you're just looking for a word processor like Office, OpenOffice is completely free and supports all the same file formats, otherwise you could try http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/office_live/ to use office through the browser.

Beyond that, the only non-illegal methods I can suggest is to ask around at a school or check craigslist's free section for your area for a generous person but I'm sure you could find it at a fleamarket or something for very cheap. Good luck.

Jun 01, 2009 | Microsoft PC Desktops

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I want free MS Office 2007 or at least MS word and Power Point 2007 for download, installation & use without any need of entering product key / activation key etc.


http://download.openoffice.org/index.html

OpenOffice provides the same functionality as Microsoft Office, best of all it its Free!


Apr 15, 2009 | PC Desktops

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Decrypting ms word pro 2003 docs


Hello jassam_73..

MS word is a part of MS office software.
MS office softwarecontains MS word, Outlook,Excel,Powerpoint etc

Now, MS Office is a paid software, which means you need to pay for the whole software to use it.
However you can use openoffice software which is FREE alternative to MS office suite. Openoffice has it's own word, excel ,powerpoint files and it FREE TO USE....this openoffice software will help you decrypt the word files which you cant read right now..

http://download.openoffice.org/

Please click on the above link to download openoffice word software.

Jassam,you asked this question in a free forum and I provided you a free of charge reply.I think this is the best solution to your problem, so rate me accordingly please
GOOD LUCK ;-)
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Jan 23, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex GX150 PC Desktop

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I want to download MS Office 2003 what should i do?


u have to buy it !!!! (or do the illegal download )

I recomand u to use OppenOffice suite ! Is open source! So it;s free of charge ! And has all the MS office suite functions and more ...

http://www.openoffice.org/


Dec 15, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I restored my computer now it asking for a product key for my MS office software which was already on my computer when given to me


you have to enter the product key of MS Office, which you are using. Contact to your PC dealer for this.

Nov 29, 2008 | Gateway PC Desktops

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