Question about Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full Version for PC
As it is always said that working with the registry is always dangerous. Anyways, what has been done is done.
If you used some registry cleaner program to delete the registry keys, Most probably you would have made a back-up of your registry as well at some time in the past.
Try locating the Back-up file & then you can simply add the values by double-clicking on the *.reg file. If there is no back-up alas, i don't think there is much what can be done.
The best possible & easy solution would be a complete OS re-install.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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