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Letter I have sent THREE TIMES to MS sites to no avail: In December 2008 I downloaded a trial version of Microsoft Office ONLY because I had received an Excel document I could not open. Immediately after opening the document, I REMOVED the trial version of Microsoft Office. Microsoft Office Accounting 2008 was ONE component I could NOT REMOVE, KILL, ELIMINATE, CANCEL, ERASE because: "Some prerequisite components are missing. Please reinstall Microsoft Office Accounting 2008 by running the Setup program from the DC-ROM or DVD"! Since December 19, 2008, Microsoft automatic update has attempted and FAILED to download and install Microsoft Office Accounting 2008 US Service Pack 1 (KB949426) as a high-priority update ALMOST EVERY SINGLE DAY! STOP!!! I DO NOT WANT MICROSOFT OFFICE! I DO NOT WANT MICROSOFT OFFICE ACCOUNTING 2008! I DO NOT WANT THE MICROSOFT OFFICE ACCOUNTING 2008 US SERVICE PACK 1 (KB949426)! DO I MAKE MYSELF CLEAR? I have attempted to restore my system to a previous date but the SYSTEM WILL NOT RESTORE TO AN EARLIER DATE! Tell me what I must do. GP Gainsforth
Here is what you need!!! Click on the Above Link and install the Revo Unistaller. Will unistall any applications.
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As already stated, full, genuine licenced versions of Microsoft Products cannot usually be downloaded.
It is, however generally possible to download Free 60 day Trial versions of some MS Office products.
Microsoft no longer offer and have withdrawn Free Downloads for MS Office 2007 Trial Products. All their efforts are now focused on marketing and support for MS Office 2010.
Microsoft often does this after a new product has been
If you are determined to use MS Office 2007, then you
will have to purchase a licensed copy of the software from a reputable,
reliable supplier, such as Amazon (www.amazon.com).
Online offers of Free Downloads of MS Office 2007
products are probably almost universally either not genuine, illegal,
unlicensed or pre-used licence versions, downloadable only from illicit download sites or are
masquerading non-existent MS Office 2007 products as camouflague for the marketing of other
(often unrelated) software, products or services.
Even if you do succeed in finding a genuine download site for
MS Office 2007 products AND manage to complete a successful, uncorrupted download, you will still have to purchase a separate, genuine,
unused Licence for the product before you can successfully install it, use it with confidence, register it, activate it and
download and benefit from Updates and Security Patches for it from Microsoft.
Go to: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/try
Download MS Office Excel 2010 60 Day Trial or MS Office 2010 Pro 60 Day Trial (which includes Excel 2010 60 Day Trial ) and install it, carefully following each step.
If you do not want to buy or cannot afford a full, licensed copy of MS Office Excel 2010 or MS Office 2010 Pro, and/or prefer to pursue the downloading option, consider the latest version of a genuine, comparable free program -
Open Office - downloadable from:
You can use Open Office simultaneously with MS Office Excel 2010 60 Day Trial or MS Office Pro 2010 60 Day Trial.
If you delete MS Office Excel 2010 60 Day Trial or MS Office 2010 Pro 60 Day Trial, well before the 60 day expirty date, and Remove all components of it from Add or Remove Programs (or its equivalent in your Operating System) and restarting before downloading and installing, it is usually possible to enter into a further 60 Day trial period.
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