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I have windows xp - some helpful person deleted a lot of stuff off my computer and now I cannot view powerpoint. Message comes up Feature is on Microsoft 2000 professional disk - insert disk etc. I do not have the disk

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They deleted an important file that you can only get if you have the disk. You need a disk basically.

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