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Installing i wanted to reinstall my windows xp, but then am not sure if microsoft office program will still be there,? and i am looking everywhere for an installer of my microsoft office but then i can't find it. Could you help me solve this problem, tnx! lhen

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Do not reinstall, try repair process.. 100 percent your office is still ther..

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Search google windows unattended edition.
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How come after deleting trial of office 2013 I cannot access my old 2010 word starter programme


that is happening because you have both installed at the same time 2010 and 2013, since 2013 is newer it takes over the file extension, upon removal of 2013 windows will no longer know how to open the files even so you still have 2010 starter installed, just go to control panel - uninstall a program - and look for office 2010 starter in the list of programs that will show up, click on it and there will be a option to remove or reinstall/repair. click on it, office will give you the option to uninstall or repair office, choose repair and wait when the installer is done you should be able to open your documents again.

Jun 09, 2014 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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How to know if you're Windows/Office system is genuine/legit?


Software piracy has became a wide-spread phenomenon in the last years, especially due to the internet and data on it becoming more and more available to a growing number of computer holders around the globe. Computer technicians and computer stores who want to make or just want to "make a favor for a friend" install pirated software, often without letting the owner of the computer know about it.

It won't be far away from the truth saying that 2 of the most common pirated programs worldwide are the Windows operating system and Office (in all their versions) - both by the huge software company - Microsoft.
Microsoft decided, quite long ago, not to stand still, but to take an active part in the fight against illegal use of its products. They put a critical/mandatory "update" in the Windows Update updates list called "Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications". If your system is configured to get updates automatically (this is the default setting), you'll get this update within the next automated updating. Once installed on a pirated Windows system, notifications will appear very frequently, on the Desktop, in the notifications area and during logon (Welcome screen).

Few examples:
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Same goes for Office. Once "Office Genuine Advantage Notifications" if installed, the following will appear in the upper section of any Office program.

For example:
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Pirated systems of Windows and/or Office will keep having these notifications until they're fully licensed.
Furthermore, No updates - apart from automated critical updates - will be allowed to be installed through Windows Update or Microsoft Download Center.
Moreover, no Desktop background will be shown (only solid black);
On Windows Vista and Windows 7 - Aero themes will be also disabled.

Not sure if your Windows is Genuine? Want to check if your Office is eligible for full updates? Follow these steps to find out:
1. Download Microsoft Genuine Advantage Diagnostic Tool from HERE
2. Run the tool.
3. Click Continue.

After few seconds you'll see the results.
If it doesn't say Genuine in Windows tab or in Office tab - your software is NOT legit!

What to do in case you have an illegal software?
The good news is that you don't necessarily need to format/reinstall everything! All you have to do is to purchase a GENUINE copy of your version of Windows and/Office and replace the pirated key with the new one. If you purchased the software but found out that it's pirated, contact your reseller for redress!


To change Windows key on Windows XP:
  1. Download Keyfinder.
  2. Run it.
  3. Click Options.
  4. Select Change Windows Key.
  5. Type in the new key.
  6. Press OK.
  7. Restart your computer to complete the process.

To change Windows key on Windows Vista or 7:
  1. Click the "Windows" button ("Start").
  2. Type in: cmd
  3. Right-click cmd on the list and select Run as Administrator.
  4. Type in: slmgr -ipk xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx (where the "xxxx" stand for the new product key).
  5. Type in: exit.
  6. Restart your computer to complete the process.

To change Office key:
  1. Make sure all Office programs are closed.
  2. Click Start (or the "Windows" button).
  3. Type in: REGEDIT (on Windows XP click Run and then type in).
  4. On 32-bit versions: Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Office\XX.0\Registration. On 64-bit versions: Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Office\XX.0\Registration. XX.0 represents Office version: 10.0 = Office XP; 11.0 = Office 2003; 12.0 = Office 2007; etc.
  5. Delete the following keys: ProductID and DigitalProductID.
  6. Exit the Registry Editor.
  7. Start any Office program. Enter the new key in the dialogue box that will appear on the screen.

on Mar 06, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My system is xp, i instaled microsoft office our pc instalation display come and another time asked the select specifiet path, i wich specifiet path,


dsankars,

Microsoft office simply wants to know where you want to install the program to.

The most common place for programs to install to on a Windows XP machine is:
c:\Program Files

It should make it's own directory in there.

Hope this helps.

-S

Oct 19, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do you change the language of Microsoft Word 2003 from English to korean


In Microsoft Windows XP, on the Windows Start menu, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Office, point to Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office 2003 Language Settings.
In Windows 2000, on the Windows Start menu, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Office, point to Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office 2003 Language Settings
Click the Enabled Languages tab.
In the Choose the language that defines default behavior in Microsoft Office applications box, select the language you want, and then click OK.

Jul 12, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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I have Windows XP 2003 Professional Edition, includes Word,Publisher, Excel,PowerPoint, but when I want to use any of this programs WINDOWS INSTALLER POPS UP and then Windows wants to configure MO Edition...


Assuming that you have the original CD-ROMs, with license-key, for Microsoft Office 2003 Professional Edition, available at your finger-tips:

Click: Start
Click: Control Panel
Click: Add/Remove Programs

Remove Microsoft Office 2003 Professional Edition.

Restart your computer.

Use the CD-ROMs, and re-install Microsoft Office 2003 Professional Edition.

Sep 10, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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MISSING MS OFFICE AFTER UPDATING XP SP1 TO XP2


Hi, Look in your program files. R/click computer, R/click Local disc. Then right click program files. If the folder is there open it, reinstall office.
You can also go to search, type in ms office and see if the file is still installed.
If the file is gone you will have to reinstall using a ms office disc.

Aug 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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MS products


Hi,

MS outlook is part of ms office and outlook express is part of the operating system. To reinstall the outlook express you need to go to the install additional components for windows option in add remove programs.

May 27, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition for PC

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Deleted microsoft office excell


You first need to to a Start - Search and look for EXCEL. If you find it copy a shortcut to your desktop, if not you will need to reinstall it from the cd

Jan 13, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Computer software


You may want to run Word through maintence mode to see what is going on here, if it finds any issues it will attempt to repair it.

To do this:

1. Quit all Office programs. 2. Use one of the following procedures: • In Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, click Start, and then click Control Panel.

• In Windows 2000, click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel. 3. Open Add or Remove Programs. 4. Click Change or Remove Programs, click Microsoft Office 2003 (Microsoft Office Word 2003), or the version of Office or Word that you have in the Currently installed programs list, and then click Change. 5. Click Repair or Repair Word (Repair Office), and then click Continue or Next. 6. In Word 2003 and in earlier versions of Word, click Detect and Repair errors in my Word installation or click Detect and Repair errors in my Office installation. Then, click to select the Restore my Start Menu Shortcuts check box, and then click Install.

Oct 06, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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