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My e drive which is cd rom drive is not reading any disc i put in it im trying to install microsoft office professional 2007 but it doesnt find the cd what can i do to fix this

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I purchased microsoft office home and student 2007 for our desktop in 2009. i have the product code but dont know how to install it on daughter's laptop? is that something I can do and if so, how?


put the disc into the laptop then open the computer icon, it should autorun if it doesnt then right click on the cd drive and click autorun. Then follow the onscreen instructions

Mar 22, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Installation of microsoft word 2007


  1. Insert your Microsoft Office CD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive and wait for the setup to launch automatically. If it does not launch, click "My Computer" (Windows XP) or "Computer" (Windows Vista or 7), right-click the CD/DVD-RM drive containing the Microsoft Office disc and click "Autoplay." If you purchased an installation file from Microsoft, download the installation file and run the setup.exe file.
  2. Type your 25-character Microsoft Office product key in the product key box and click "Continue." The product key is located on the CD jacket located in the back of the Microsoft Office CD 2007 case. If you purchased a Microsoft Office 2007 download from the Microsoft website, retrieve the product key from the confirmation email that Microsoft sent you when you purchased the download. Click "I accept" after reading the Microsoft Software License Terms and click "Continue."
  3. Click the "Customize" button and click "Installation options." Select "Microsoft Word 2007" and click "Install Now."
  4. When the installation process completes, click "Close." Follow the guided prompts to activate your product.

Jan 28, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Dont like the fact that I do not have the toolbars as I did in 2003 edition. How can I get back to 2003 version?


if you've recently upgraded to Microsoft Office 2007 from 2003 and weren't happy with the decision, you can easily revert back to your older software. Each version of the Office software package will be considered a different program by your computer's operating system, so to revert back to your previous installation you only need to uninstall Office 2007 and reinstall Office 2003. Difficulty: Easy flow my Instructions
  1. Uninstall Office 2007. To do this, open the "Control Panel" and select "Add or Remove Programs." Click "Microsoft Office 2007" and then click "Remove."
  2. Put your Microsoft Office 2003 compact disc in your computer's appropriate drive. Either a CD-ROM drive or DVD-ROM drive will work.
  3. Click "Next" to begin the installer for Office 2003. Continue to click "Next" until you reach the screen where you are asked for your product key code. Enter the product key code found in the Office 2003 packaging and click "Next."
  4. Enter your name, business name and initials (if you so choose). Click "Next."
  5. Choose which type of installation you would like to perform. You can choose to install each program in the Office 2003 productivity pack, a "typical" installation which installs only the most widely used programs like Word and PowerPoint, or a custom installation where you individually choose which programs will be installed.
  6. Click "Next" to view a summary of all of the installation settings you've specified. If you're happy with the summary, click "Install." This will install Microsoft Office 2003 on your computer using the settings you've meticulously specified.
hope that it will be help full

Oct 15, 2010 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Office 2007 Pro CD appears blank? No autorun, but


I'm really not sure what to suggest as the disc is not reading in multiple computers and other discs work fine on the computer you are trying to install it on it sounds like it is bad media. You may want to contact the location you purchased it from and see if you can exchange to software.

Jun 17, 2010 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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I have an acer netbook computer running with vista and 2 mg RAM. I am using a usb CD Rom drive to lload programs. When I try to insstall Office Enterprise 2007 (licensed for students and faculty) the disk...


Sorry, but that's not the case. Most DVD drives will read CD's, but most CD drives will not read DVDs, so unless yours specifically says it's a DVD drive, It's not going to work for you. HINT: the cost of a DVD drive is far less than the cost of Office software.

Dec 08, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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I just purchased Microsoft Home and Student 2007 and cannot install it beacause my CD Drive does not work. Can I install with product key?


Dear sir,

According to your problem solution is Copy content of the MS-OFFICE 2007 CD to a Pendrive(Thumb Drive) from other computer having working CD ROM.Then connect thumb drive to your computer install MS-OFFICE through Setup file present in the thumb drive,if it asks product key give the product key printed on MS OFFICE 2007 CD envelope. It solves your problem.

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Jul 29, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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I bought microsoft professional 2007 office disc,i get error where i want to put it,and not sure where


Put it in CD / DVD ROM,then go to my computer, then right click ,what error you got? Only in cd /dvd rom where it placed.

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Jul 02, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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MS Office 2007 Professional won't install on my Laptop with XP


yor ms office 2007 cd or dump is corrupt pls try another one

Jun 24, 2009 | Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 for PC

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Can't download


No it is not. Sorry. Your best option is to borrow a good install disc from someone and use that. A local computer store may have one if you can't find one on your own.

Mar 19, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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