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My new laptop has Vista and a trial version of Office 2007. I like my upgrade version of Office Pro 2003, but unable to load since at the end on installation it fails since no versions of xp or 97 present on the machine. I am not fond of buying 2007 and want to laod my 2003.
If you do not own a qualifying product (software older than the version you are installing, such as an Ofiice 2000 or Office 97 CD) it wont work.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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If you need to purchase the 2007 version and just enter the registration key on the CD case, you will not have to do anything with the CD itself.
Ask HP "If I buy this computer does Office 2007 come with a trial version, or full version?" Then you have a salesman's word on the subject. If he says it does not, then you can ask for confirmation with a supervisor. However if it actually is supposed to be the full version then you have a valid complaint.
I believe you CAN use your old Office 2002 (call MS and or HP to confirm) but you will have to uninstall the 2007 version first.
Oct 17, 2007 | Computers & Internet
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