Question about Computers & Internet
You have asked two questions.
1) The number of installations allowed depends on which version you have. Typically it is one or three unless you have bought a corporate license.
2) You may load an old version on a new computer but you have to uninstall it on the old computer and contact Microsoft for a key during the activation process.
Microsoft will let you download a trail version from their site but after 25 uses, you either buy it or it quits.
A better solution is to use a free compatible version from www.OpenOffice.org or use the online free version from M$ at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/web-apps/. You can set the default file types in OpenOffice to the standard Microsoft types, i.e. .doc, .xls, etc
Another alternative is to use Google Documents.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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