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My Product Key Code does not work on Microsoft Word 2007!

I entered it exactly as it is listed on the back of my hard drive. Yet, when i'm done typing i get f message that tells me the Product Key Code is invalid. Please retype. I even downloaded another FREE 60 day TRIAL and it gave me a Product Key Code when it was done downloading. Guess what? Ya, THAT Product Key Code says "invalid" also. I'm so frustruted. I cannot use Microsoft Word 2007 until I put that Product Key Code box first and then click on continue and then Word comes up. Why can't I get Word to work without this number? Why won't two (2) valid numbers work? Help!

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  • katwalker342 Feb 09, 2009

    I SAID ON BACK OF DESKTOP COMPUTER HARDDRIVE

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    I have the same problem! My product key code said it is invalid. I typed the key code that is under my laptop. How do I get a new one without having to pay for it?

  • fayehsharpe Feb 24, 2009

    I purchased a netbook with a trial version of Mircosoft Office 2007. I then purchased the full version to obtain a product key. When I entered that number, I kept getting an error message that the product key was invalid. Really frustrating! Can you help?

  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    The prodcut key on the back on my laptop does not work either! ARGH

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2009

    I have a product key on the back of my tower but everytime i type it in it always say"invalid".I even try retyping the product key but it never works.I have searched the web to see if there is anyway that i can fix this problem but i cant seem to find a way.Can you please help me?(:

  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    My product key on the back of my hard disk won't work either

  • RM Pro Svcs May 11, 2010

    You said you typed it "exactly as listed on the back of my hard drive".

    Do you mean you typed the code on the Windows sticker on the back of your computer, or you typed the product key on the sticker on the back of the CD?

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Did you purchase Office, or did you use the trial? A purchased boxed copy will have a code on a sticker somewhere in the box.

The code on your "hard drive"... do you mean the code on your computer's case? If so, that is your code for your copy of windows that is installed on it, and it won't work with Office.

If you already used the trial up, installing a new copy won't reset it, and the new code there won't work.

You can purchase it from the Microsoft website: http://office.microsoft.com

If you haven't already purchased it, you could also try the free OpenOffice from www.openoffice.org
This is FREE and you can open, create and save Microsoft Office files with it.

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When I bought my lap top it said it came with microsoft office. the main reson I bought the thing. Now it keeps asking for the product key. Ive put it in many times and it still wont work.. so reading these other posts saying its probaly just a free trial realy annoy me they sould write free trial on the box instead of saying it comes with it, now im stuck with it, I cant do my home work on ...THANKS MICROSOFT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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My microsoft code key is not working at all

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When I try to type a paper it pops up product key now it won't let me go in and type on microsoft word. I put the product key in and it's saying its not the right one.
I can pull up the paper it won't let me type though.

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Note: The following steps involve modification of registry key values, which may corrupt your Windows if done incorrectly. Backup registry first before performing the workaround.
  1. Close all Microsoft Office programs.
  2. Click on Start button, then click on Run.
  3. Type "regedit" (without quotes) in the Run text box, and click OK or press Enter.
  4. Locate and then click the following subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Registration
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  9. Run or open an Office application program, such as Microsoft Word or Excel or Outlook. Office 2007 will prompt you to enter a new 25-character product key.
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  11. Then when prompted to choose your preferred type of Microsoft Office 2007 installation, press on "Install Now".
  12. Microsoft Office 2007 will be updated with new product CD key or volume license key, and ready for activation (if it's a non-VLK serial) or use.
Note: If you're having problem with your new Office 2007 product key, simply double click on the backup registry .reg file created at the optional step above to restore the registry settings of the Registration subkey so that the original value can be imported back to the registry.

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Note: The following steps involve modification of registry key values, which may corrupt your Windows if done incorrectly. Backup registry first before performing the workaround.
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  2. Click on Start button, then click on Run.
  3. Type “regedit” (without quotes) in the Run text box, and click OK or press Enter.
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  1. Close all Microsoft Office programs.
  2. Click on Start button, then click on Run.
  3. Type “regedit clear.gif” (without quotes) in the Run text box, and click OK or press Enter.
  4. Locate and then click the following subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Registration
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  5. Optional: Backup this registry branch by exporting the Registration subkey to a file, just in case the new product key does not work and you have to restore back the old product key. To export the registry, right click on the Registration subkey and click on Export, and follow the on-screen prompt to enter a file name for the registry file and choose a location to store it.
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Entering product code


If Ms Words says it the wrong key, then it is the wrong key.
Are you sure it isent the OS key you tring to type in?
The OS key dont work on Ms Word, Ms Words had and need its own key.
If you know that the key is the one, then you should contact Microsoft, we dont give out or handle keys.

Good luck to you

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