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Can't use powerpoint 07

Whenever i open up PowerPoint 07 to work on a presentation I am working on, it works and all but I can't edit it and even if I start a new one, I still can't. anyone else have/had this problem

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I have had this problem, you didn't put in the product key most likely, without the product key you are only allowed to open office (powerpoint, word, etc) 25 times. After you can continue to open with the reduction of you cant edit the slides or the show you have limited options, all you can really do is view a show.

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