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Receive product key for MS OFFICE PROFESSIONAL 2007

HOW CAN I RECEIVE CORRECT PRODUCT KEY FOR MS OFFICE PROFESSIONAL 2007,,,,,,, BCOZ I HAVE SEARCH A LOT OF KEY BUT THAT ALL ARE INVALID,,,
PLZ HELP ME???

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The key should be in the box itself , attached to the back of the plastic enclosure where the DVD is clipped into the packaging.

If you don't have it, you probably have a pirated copy, and should know better than ask for a legitimate key here. otherwise, you could extract a key from a computer where you know your Office is installed , using a program called Magic Jelly Bean Key Finder.

An alternative to that OpenOffice freeware noted above, there is a good Online desktop publishing suite called www.ZOHO.com - you can log in with your Google account and import and edit a word .doc or .docx file, save and edit it without worry of losing data, i have tried it and am impressed with it. There is also an excel clone, powerpoint, access equivilents as well!.

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Jangid_manis I would like to suggest OpenOffice instead.

1) Anything generated on a computer that has OpenOffice, can be used on a computer that has Microsoft Office.

2) Anything generated on a computer that has Microsoft Office, can be used on a computer that has OpenOffice.

3) The userface of the programs are VERY similar, for a user who is used to Microsoft Office.
There is no learning curve.

4) OpenOffice is FREE.
It's an open source software.

5) Information about OpenOffice on Wikipedia.org,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Openoffice

6) OpenOffice homepage,

http://www.openoffice.org/

7) A look at the programs of OpenOffice.

http://why.openoffice.org/why_great.html

Hover your mouse cursor over each one of the screenshots.
Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, and Base.

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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Sadly it is illegal to give you these codes

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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