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Two different versions of windows

I have two computers,in different locations that run on windows xp, my problem is one has microsoft front page and the other does not. have tried to copy the program files for front page to disk, so that i could transfere it to the other pc. it didn't work. my local store insist that i buy the softwear i need (rather expensive) and install the front page program that i need. is there anything i can do to solve this problem

thanks in advance
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Hello maddog,

No need to purchase, i think you have your microsoft office CD. just re install office with add or remove option and select microsoft front page from list. and proceed to next. microsoft would add this part of software itself.

No need to purchase new CD.

Do all things where microsoft font page is not installed

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