Question about Microsoft Office Standard for PC
Hi. I have an old Compaq laptop which I now use only for powerpoint presentations. It was slow++ and cluttered so I restored it to factory settings, which includes Office 2000 standard. But now there's no Powerpoint or Excel. I don't recall having this problem when I bought it.
It has all other Office 2000 software.
I put in the Office 2000 CD but it won't recognise the product ID number (which I'd written down before chucking the jewel case out) - there seem to be 5 numbers missing.
I've searched the computer for the correct product ID number but no sign of it.
Can anyone advise?
If you still have Office installed, there is a program called "Magic Jelly Bean Key Finder". This should give you both your Windows Product Key and your Office Product Key.
here's the download link for it:
It does not specifically list office 2000, but it may work still since it does work on Office XP -2007.
Let me know if that helps.
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