Any Product ID or Activation Code to pre-used, pre-activated or pre-registered with Microsoft or some combination of the three. The resulting danger of functionality and update restriction and unauthorised user usage limitations are highly probable.
Here are some practical options to consider instead.
If you remain unable to reconcile the software with its correct matching Licence and yet are determined to continue using MS Word 2010, then you will have to purchase a full, genuine, unused licensed copy of the software from a reputable, reliable supplier, such as Amazon
Online offers of Free Downloads of MS Office products are probably almost universally either not genuine, illegal, unlicensed or pre-used licence versions, downloadable only from illicit download sites or sites that are masquerading non-existent MS Office products as camouflage for the marketing of other (often unrelated) software, products or services.
Even if you do succeed in finding a Product ID or Activation Code that seems to work for MS Word 2010, you will still have to purchase a separate, genuine, unused Activation Code for the product before you can successfully install it, use it with confidence, register it, activate it and download and benefit from Updates and Security Patches for it from Microsoft.
Another option is to download MS Office Word 2010 60 Day Trial or MS Office 2010 Pro 60 Day Trial and install it, carefully following each step:
Go to: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/try
If you do not want to buy or cannot afford a full, licensed copy of MS Office Word 2010or MS Office 2010 Pro or Microsoft Word Corporate/Enterprise Edition 2010, and/or prefer to pursue the downloading option, consider the latest version of a genuine, comparable free program -
OpenOffice or LibreOffice - downloadable from source at: www.openoffice.org
You can use OpenOffice and LibreOffice simultaneously with MS Office Word 2010 60 Day Trial.
If you delete MS Office Word 2010 60 Day Trial, well before the 60 day expiry date, and Remove all components of it from Add or Remove Programs (or its equivalent in your Operating System) and restarting before downloading and installing, it is usually possible to enter into further 60 Day trial periods.
I hope this helps.
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