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Microsoft works My computer was slowly dying. I used my recovery disk and after it loaded, went to the internet to upgrade all my old programs. All is working great now, but I noticed Microsoft Works or Word is not there anymore. Can you tell me what I need to download and from where? Jo Ann

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I love that computer lol it was my very 1st one.sorry about that lil happy moment from the past.

you can get it from a shop e.g. pc world but you would have to pay for it or you could try to download it through a p2p e.g. ares or limewire.

but using p2p can be dangerous it may be free but sum programs you download can contain viruses

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Re-install programs (Microsoft Office, Adobe Reader, WinAmp).
Reconnect the old disk-drive as a "slave" drive.
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