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Purchased Microsoft Office Small business edition 2003 but I am trying to install it and it does not work. I had it on my computer, had problem and removed it and trying to re install it and I cannot. Thanks.

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If u use m.office 2003,

it working for winxp or higher

if u use for win98 or winme,its can't be work

good luck..

tq

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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