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I have Word from Office 97 on my computer using XP Home operating system. I would like to buy Word 2007. Do I have to delete Office 97 in order to be able to use Word 2007?

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No you do not, Office 2007 has an option to save documents as office 97-2003 format. The different office applications may have common files, but will remain separated in your programs list.

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From Service Pack 3 with Microsoft office 2007, how do i change my operating system to MS office 2007?


Hi, there!
As I know, MS office is a software to use for office works such as typing document, calculate and basic office database. MS Office software is NOT an operating system. You can not change you operating system to MS Office 2007. I think you meant is: Install Service Pack 3 of Microsoft Office 2007 on your computer. To do so, you first need the Microsoft Office 2007 software on your computer or you need MS Office 2007 disk. The Service Pack 3 of MS Office 2007 is the update only not the actual software to use.

Hope this will help. Thanks for reading.

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Product key microsoft office home and student 2007 for window xp


Computer manufacturers often install a trial version of Microsoft Office. If you are getting a prompt to type in a Product Key when opening a Microsoft Office program, it s likely the trial period is over and you'll need to purchase a license (product key) for Microsoft Office.

The product key affixed to your computer is for Windows XP (the operating system) and not for Microsoft Office. Please review the following:

How to determine whether you have a trial edition of a 2007 Office suite or program installed:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927920/en-us

How to convert a trial version of a 2007 Office suite or program to a full retail perpetual license version:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927756/en-us

How to buy the 2007 Microsoft Office suites:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/suites/FX101678741033.aspx?ofcresset=1


---------------------------Giving you a product key is in breach of the Licensing Agreement---------------------


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I took my PC in for repairs and it came back with a new microsoft windows office student 2007 which is expired and I cannot use my PC. I have my own Windows XP Professional but will not load as it comes up...


Windows and Office are 2 separate products. Reinstalling Windows XP Professional will not get you Office. If you went out and bought Office Home and Student 2007, you should have the box still that has your key on the cardboard insert. Otherwise, you probably had the trial. You can reinstall the trial if you like for another 30-90 days, but I would recommend you go to a big box store (best buy, staples, etc) and buy Office Home and Student 2010 for about $125. That gets you Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. If you need Outlook for email, you need to get the Home and Business 2010 edition for a little bit more.

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I have an EXBOOK notebook and need to install a new operating system in it. Where can I find toe os for it? WIN CE


For Windows:
1) You can buy a copy of Windows 7 in most retail stores like Staples, Best Buy, etc. The Home Premium goes for about $180.
2) From another computer, you can order it online, either directly from Microsoft or through e-stores like Amazon.
For Linux:
I recommend Ubuntu, you can go to their webpage from another computer and download it as an image into a DVD. They give you detailed instructions.
(As an alternative to Microsoft Office, in Ubuntu AND Windows, you can use Libre Office 3, which is free of charge.)

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I have xp i have 512 MB RAM and P3 processer but i cant not install ms office 2007


In order to install any software, it is imperative to ensure that the computer in question meets or exceeds the minimum requirements.

Foremost, Microsoft Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student/Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise 2007 require a CD-ROM or DVD drive. Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 requires a DVD drive.

Microsoft Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student/Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise/Ultimate 2007 requires a system that has at least 500 MHz (since a Pentium III can range in speed from 450 MHz to 1.4GHz, it seems likely that you've met this specification); & at least 256 MB of RAM (your system's 512 MB meets this & is the minimum amount recommended for Outlook Instant Search).

However, you did not make mention of which service pack (1, 2, or 3) that is installed on your version of MS Windows XP (MS Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student/Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise/Ultimate 2007 requires at least SP2); nor did you mention how much free disk space is on your system. MS Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student 2007 requires at least 1.5 GB (MS Office Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise 2007 requires at least 2 GB of free disk space & MS Office Ultimate 2007 requires at least 3 GB of free disk space. Also, MS Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student/Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise 2007 requires an Internet browser comparable to at least Internet Explorer 6 (IE6).

By the way, OneNote Instant Search & OneNote Audio Search require a CPU of at least 2 GHz & at least 1 GB of RAM. 1 GB of RAM is also the minimum requirement for grammar & contextual spelling in Word. Business Contact Manager requires a CPU of at least 1 GHz & at least 512 MB of RAM. Since you did not mention your exact iteration of MS Win XP (Home/Professional/Professional 64-Bit), it is important to note that "Send to OneNote 2007" print driver, Internet Fax, & Groove Folder Synchronization are not available on 64-bit operating systems.

Furthermore, I do not find it reasonable to quote any more specifications such as those for MS Office Accounting products unless found necessary, besides such specs are readily available at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/products/2007-microsoft-office-release-system-requirements-HA010166865.aspx?CTT=1.

It is entirely possible that the cause of installation failure could be a faulty optical disk drive (CD/DVD/etc.) an invalid product key or perhaps an operating system (OS) which the installation deems to not be genuine.

Sep 25, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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My microsoft 2007 is locked nd I can not use it.


Perhaps your trial period has expired. If you don't want to buy it, get Open Office. It's free and you can read and write MS Office files and documents. You can download it HERE.

Sep 15, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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We have a desk top computer with Windows XP as the operating system. We need both Office 97 and Office 2007 on the Computer. When we open an email attachment that some one sent us in Word 97 the computer...


You need to install the Compatibility pack to open Office 97 file in Office 2007. You can download the Compatibility pack from the following link:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=941b3470-3ae9-4aee-8f43-c6bb74cd1466&displaylang=en

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In which we can open .docx files


You can open docx extension files only with MS Office 2007. If you wish to open it in earlier versions you have to save it again in compatible mode. Click on File (top left most corner with the logo), Save As, Word 97-2003 Document. Just using Save option will save your document as "docx" and not "doc" document.

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Product key


Usually for laptops that come bundle with Windows Vista, there is only a 30-60 day trial of Office 2007 and not the full version. So unless stated otherwise, there will be no product key for Office 2007 with the laptop and you will need to buy Office 2007.

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