Question about Microsoft Office 2000 Premium for PC
If you want to get rid any Microsoft Software, just do as following:
-Look for Microsoft Office 200 Premium then click Uninstall next to program name.
( I guest you are using not Windows 7 or Windows 8 MS Office 2000 premium is old. I think you are using XP. That is the way how to get to remove programs in XP)
Thanks for reading. hope this will help.
Posted on Jul 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Yes, Office Home and Student 2007 is compatible with your laptop. One question: are you trying to enter your activation product key into the installed version of Office 2007 trial that is on the laptop? It will not work, if you are.
You need to contact Microsoft, and they will help you with your problem. If I were you, I would start HERE.
Posted on May 29, 2008
More than likely unless you paid an additional fee at the time of purchase to have Microsoft Office then it is a trial version which is installed on your laptop. It may ,if it hasn't already, allow to use it 10-20 times before you can no longer use it fully (I say fully because it will allow you to view files but not alter them if you do not input the product key)
And yes you can let the trial expire and later purchase the full version. It would be easiest to purchase the product key direct from microsoft that way all you have to do is input the key when it asks for it...once you enter the product key you will have full access. This is because the full version is already installed on your computer..just waiting for you to input the product key.
P.S. there are other options such as open source software i.e. openoffice.org
Please rate my response..and...Good Luck!!!!
Posted on May 30, 2008
freeze is full of adware and other bugs and trackers too. Many FREE products on the internet are. My search, free emoticons (u no the 1) and many gadgets are this way.
Aside from backing up your personal files and doing a recovery, it is very hard to remove them completely for your computer.
(XP)Disconnect from the internet(unplug line)then you can use add/remove in control panel. Then go into file system...open a folder and then hit show folders in the command bar above the main viewing area. The files will show to the left. Click plus sign next to My Computer,then next to local disk. Then programs. Look for and delete the folders that are obviously from freeze. If it won't let you then open those folders and delete the items inside, one at a time.
Now, go run a search for freeze and tell it to look in hidden and system folders. Delete the stuff you find, being carefull not to delete some part of another program.
Now, go back to filing system, to below program folder and click plus sign next to Windows. Scroll down to Prefetch folder and open it. Click edit, select all and delete those files. Restart
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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