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I've lost, for whatever reason, micro office 2000, and cannot find the disk; is there a way to restore it without purchasing anything substantial in price?

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Yeah since you were using 2000 it will be no problem to transition into using Open Office.

It's FREE and works great :)

Check it out here.

Hope this info helps!

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My AZUS Model X54C suddenly lost about 36% of its memory. A couple of weeks ago it had still 48% on Disk C. It has now 12%. Never happened before. I could only restore it to today's date.


If the earliest restore date you have is today, you cannot restore to an earlier date. If you do not have an original disc, you are out of luck unless: your hard drive may have a recovery partition built into it. Just so you know, the recovery partition (if you have one) will restore your computer to what it was like when it was brand new. This means no files, no pictures, no videos, no other programs like Office or anything, just like it was when brand new. Here is a link that describes how a recovery partition works, and how to get to it.
http://www.dummies.com/computers/operating-systems/windows-xp-vista/how-to-boot-into-a-recovery-partition-in-windows/

Jan 02, 2018 | The Computers & Internet

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How can i get microsort office 2007 home and


Try purchasing it. Its the way anyone who has a legitimate key, obtained it. If you already purchased it and registered your product with Microsoft, but lost your packaging with the key, you can try calling Microsoft and requesting a replacement, but they will likely deny the request without some proof of ownership. Good Luck

Apr 17, 2010 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Outlook will not activate


It is because MS outlook is not a part of the ms office home and student 2007 package. That's the reason why your outlook is saying trial and its not working.

Mar 20, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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Preinstalled Office home and Student 2007 backup copy


When you purchased your computer, the vendor-supplied "System Restore" set of CD-ROMs were used to install both the Windows operating system and a selected set of additional software, which includes that version of Microsoft Office. So, those disks are your backup.

Thus, taking a different set of Microsoft Office CD-ROMs, such as one purchased from a retail outlet, and trying to use the listed product-key with that "retail" set of CD-ROM disks is *NOT* allowed by Microsoft, as you have discovered.

Nov 09, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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I WANT Free MS Office 2000 EXCEL SOFTWARE


I don't think you can get any free MSOffice Excel. you can get a reader, but not anything you can use to create spreadsheets, etc. without purchase.

I would recommend trying OpenOffice.org and using that freeware. Works just as good, and opens most Microsoft office extensions.

Aug 29, 2009 | Microsoft Excel for PC

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Does anyone have clue about the " Pro.Msi" File


An .msi file is a database of all the files, settings, and configuration information for the associated application. When you install Office on your computer, the .msi file is saved in a hidden folder. Without this file, Windows Installer cannot update your configuration, install optional features, or apply software updates. Office cannot be installed, repaired, or updated if the .msi file is not found.
Why is the .msi file missing? The most likely reason for Windows Installer to require the installation CD is because the saved version of the .msi file for Office has been inadvertently or deliberately deleted from your computer. It is also possible that the file is damaged or corrupted.
Occasionally, changing the drive letters associated with partitions on your hard disk can cause this problem to occur — such as changing drive C: to a different letter or moving the hard disk drive from one computer to another. Other possible causes are a damaged or corrupted hard disk or registry file.
What to do when prompted for a missing .msi file If you are prompted for the location of a missing .msi file, you must provide the original installation CD used to install Office on your computer.
  1. Make sure that you have inserted your Office installation CD into the CD drive of your computer. If you installed Office from a network, browse to the network location from which you installed Office.
  2. Click Retry.
In most cases, these steps should resolve the problem and Office can complete the installation and configuration of the needed component.
default.aspx?assetid=za790050011033I don't have the installation CD
Without the installation CD — or for computers purchased from companies such as Dell, HP, Compaq, or Gateway — you need to provide a repair CD to reset the installation created for your computer by the manufacturer. For information on how to apply the repair or installation CDs, you might need to contact the support representatives of your computer supplier.
In many cases, the files that you need are compressed on the repair CD and must be run by using a special program provided by the computer manufacturer. In some cases, the computer manufacturers might have customized the .msi file or changed the file name.
In situations where you cannot obtain the installation CD, your options are the following:
  • Continue with the existing installation of Office without updating. This is not recommended. Your documents and computer might become compromised from security threats.
  • Remove the installation and reinstall Office by using another installation CD. Removing the previous installation may not be possible in severely damaged systems where the registry is corrupt.
  • Run a repair CD provided by the computer manufacturer. For information on how to apply the repair CD, you might have to contact the computer manufacturer or consult the documentation provided with the computer.
If you do not know which version of Office you have installed, the name of the .msi file requested indicates the Office version you have. A table that correlates .msi files to Office versions is provided later in this article.
Office 2003, Office XP, and Office 2000 provide the Detect and Repair command. You can find the Detect and Repair command on the Help menu of almost all Office programs. Using this command corrects identifiable problems such as missing files, corrupt files, registry omissions, or damaged registry entries. It replaces the .msi file if it was deleted, damaged, or is the wrong version. Using the Detect and Repair command usually requires you to provide the installation CD for the version of Office currently installed on your computer.
default.aspx?assetid=za011526611033 How to prevent similar problems in the future To help avoid this problem in the future, use the following guidelines:
  • Do not delete hidden folders or files from any drives on your computer.
  • Do not move drives or change their disk identifier (for example, C: to D:).
  • Install all needed applications as Run from My Computer instead of using Install on Demand (available from custom installation within Setup).
  • Occasionally run the Windows Disk Defragment program to repair cross-linked files, recover lost clusters, and remap bad sectors on your hard disk. Any data present in a bad portion of the hard disk is usually lost and commonly associated with physical damage to the disk. This is most likely the result of high-vibration environments, such as the computer being struck, dropped, or kicked.
If you have Microsoft Windows XP as your operating system, consider using the System Restore option to restore your system to a previous configuration. Consult the Help and Support option of Windows XP for more information on System Restore.
Office 2003 .msi files If you do not know which version of Office you have installed, the name of the .msi file requested indicates the Office version you have. The following tables tell which .msi files go with which Office versions.
File name Description accessed.msi Microsoft Office Access 2003 Developer Extensions mui.msi Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack (one for each language) muiwiz.msi Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack owc11.msi Microsoft Office 2003 Web Components prjmuicwz.msi Microsoft Office Project 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack Wizard prjstde.msi Microsoft Office Project Standard 2003 pro11.msi Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 projproe.msi Microsoft Office Project Professional 2003 ptk.msi Microsoft Office 2003 Proofing Tools sbe11.msi Microsoft Office Small Business Edition 2003 vismuiwz.msi Microsoft Office Visio 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack Wizard visprolmxi.msi Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2003 Office XP .msi files File name Description dao.msi Microsoft Data Access Object (DAO) lpk.msi Microsoft Office XP User Interface Pack (one for each language) lpkwiz.msi Microsoft Office XP User Interface Pack Wizard ork.msi Microsoft Office XP Resource Kit pro.msi Microsoft Office XP Professional Edition proplus.msi Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage Edition ptk.msi Microsoft Office XP Proofing Tool Kit pub.msi Microsoft Publisher 2002 sbe.msi Microsoft Office XP Small Business Edition std.msi Microsoft Office XP Standard stdedut.msi Microsoft Office XP Standard for Students and Teachers owc10.msi Microsoft Office XP Web Components Office 2000 .msi files File name Description data1.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Premium Edition (all Office products) data1.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Professional Edition (similar to Premium but does not include Microsoft PhotoDraw) data1.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business Edition (includes Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Outlook) data1.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Standard Edition (includes Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Outlook) data2.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Disc 2 (includes Small Business Tools and Publisher) msowc.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Web Components orkdata.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Resource Kit proofkit.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Proofing Toolkit Note In Office 2000, the file name data1.msi does not clearly identify which version of Office you have. In this case, you need to inventory the installation of Office programs on your computer by examining your Start menu entries or click Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel and scan through the list of entries to determine the version of Office that is installed.

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I lost some of my settings-microsoft word is just gone--can you have it reinstalled to this computer? How can I get the original factory settings back? I dont have a recovery disk?


Somewhere within your stash of Gateway disks, there might be a disk to restore Microsoft Office. If not, I would suggest contacting Gateway computers to see what your options are. They most likely have had this sort of question asked before. If not, you'll have to look at purchasing Microsoft Office. You shouldn't have to, but contact Gateway regardless.

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Loadedmind

Oct 12, 2008 | Gateway Computers & Internet

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My laptop, which was only purchased 3 months ago will not allow me to do anything in word Which is micro soft office 2007


I have a strong suspicion that your Office 2007 is a trial version that came with your computer, and your 90 day free trial is up.

Did you purchase the Office 2007 separately, or was it in your laptop as part of its bundled software?

Most new computers come with bundled TRIAL software such as MSOffice, and many others that only have a 90 day time limit before you have to purchase the software.


Please let me know if this helps.

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Microsoft office XP lost.


Hey there jeday, I hate being the bearer of bad news, but windows Xp does not come with office installed. You need to install this separately. Unless you have the original office disk, or at least a copy, you will have to acquire another. Good Luck!

Jan 31, 2008 | Microsoft Office Xp Professional Full...

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