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Sorry but Fixya doesn't allow any illegal activity. But what I can do is advice you to download a FREE compatible program instead that works like MS Office. It can create/open/edit MS office files. It is FREE and LEGAL. Here is the link:
Office keys are not free and you wont get one on here. Most experts won't even touch posts like this but I like to try and help within legal means.
You can however install Libre Office which is freely available and compatible with Microsoft office.
If you purchased a legal copy, you should have the product key. It is not legal to use Office without purchasing the software. However, good luck getting someone online to provide a product key. Depending on where you work, you may be able to buy a cheap (and I mean CHEAP) license to use office. Where I work they have a home user program and I purchased Office for 10 dollars. Check with your employer.
hi, this is quiet common situation while purchasing a new laptop. Try to register your account from trial version while you are in online[internet] so that it will keep update those features with out error. Until getting full version, you may face some functions are under inactive.
If you're asking for the serial key for MS Office Home / Student 2007, then we can't give it to you.
Legally, we have no proof that it came on the laptop, or that you bought it, so we must assume that you downloaded it. Thus, giving you the CD key could be helping you pirate software.
I'm sorry, I wish I could help, but legally, I can do nothing. If it DID come with the computer though, look through the papers and everything you got with the computer and you MAY be able to find the product key in there.
You need to purchase the software to get a legal license. Try OpenOffice if you want free software. It work just like Microsoft, but is free. Go to: http://www.openoffice.org/ for the free download. This is a full version and not a trial.
I wouldn't advise using an uninstaller program after you have already uninstalled it. What you would need to do is access the registry.
***USE EXTREME CAUTION***
What you would need to do is go to:
start, run, type regedit
What you want to do is click on edit, find
you want to find the software you tried to uninstall.
What normally happens is, the registry still has a pointer saying the software is still on the c drive even after the software has been deleted.
Just delete all the keys associated to the software you are trying to remove.
Hope this helps.