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I cannot locate my Windows Office Cert of Authenticity. When I try to access Office, it asks for a Product ID. Is there a folder somewhere within my backup that stored the Prod. ID? If not, does anyone know what other options I have? Thank you very much.
Sorry, not many options for you. For MS Office that key you need is on the CD Holder. If you do not have it any longer, it won't be in an old backup. Microsoft is very particular about these, so I don't recommend trying to locate one online. (You can try) More than likely you will have to borrow someone's, or get a new copy.
I do know if your a student you can get Microsoft 59 dollar Office Suite...Its really a sweet deal, heare is the link.
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