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I AM TRYING TO DOWN LOAD AN E-MAIL WITH AN ATTACHMENT, BUT MY NEW (JUST INSTALLED) MICROSOFT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL 2003,KEEPS TELLING ME TO REGISTAR AGAIN. WHEN I PUT IN THE SAME; NAME, INTIALS AND PRODUCT KEY, IT TELLS ME THAT IT IS NOT CORRECT? HOW DO I FIX THIS?

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You could ring Microsoft?

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    or use an online email client like
    http://www.e-mailanywhere.com/email/main...


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Go to the pirate bay and download the office 2007 ultimate torrent and install that. Not quite legal but works better then microsucks paranoid protection schemes.

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