Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1: Windows
I doubt you computer had no Microsoft Applications installed on it or maybe these applications were hided somewhere else in the computer's system. To check if you have it or not please go Start Menu and type in the Run winword for Microsoft Word, mspub for Publisher, mspowerpnt for Powerpoint, excel for Excel, etc. Or go to Start Menu then hit All Program and look for the folder Microsoft Office.
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