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Have had to get new computer with Windows 7 but my edition of Office will not work with this can you help

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You can try installing it in compatibility mode on win 7 if this does not work you might try using open office which is free to download and use from here

http://www.openoffice.org/product/

I hope this helps
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Need to fix office 2007 from compatability


Windows 7 Office 2007 Minimum Requirements b> Microsoft Office 2007 isn't the latest version of the Office suite, but it is still useful for a variety of tasks. The software package includes programs for editing spreadsheets, working with documents, creating presentations and more. Office 2007 also includes a redesigned user interface that is more intuitive than previous versions. Chances are good your computer can run Office 2007 if you already have Windows 7 installed, but you should check the system requirements anyway to ensure a trouble-free installation.

Processor and Memory Your computer needs a 500MHz or faster processor plus at the very least 256MB RAM. You may need more memory if you wish to run multiple Office applications simultaneously. The Business Contact Manager in some versions of Office requires a 1GHz processor and 512MB RAM. Turning on the grammar checker in Word requires 1 GB of RAM. Hard Drive and Optical Drive b> Make sure you have at least 1.5GB of available space on your hard disk to install Office 2007 standard and 2GB for other versions. You also need a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive for installation. Monitor b> Your display should have a 1024x768 resolution or higher. Older 800x600-resolution monitors are not compatible with Office 2007. 64-bit Compatibility and Windows Updates b> Note that you may run the 32-bit version of Office 2007 on 64-bit versions of Windows 7, but you cannot run Office 2007 64-bit on 32-bit editions of Windows 7. Make sure your copy of Windows 7 is up-to-date for best results. Microsoft releases fixes and other updates periodically that address stability issues and other known bugs. You can use Windows Update, on your "Start" menu, to check for updates.


Compatibility center http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/Details.aspx?type=Software&p=Microsoft%20Office%202007%20Professional%20Plus&v=Microsoft&uid=12&pf=0&pi=0&s=office&os=32-bit b> 2007 Microsoft Office System Requirements http://www.microsoft.com/officebusiness/products/technical-requirements.aspx

Feb 26, 2013 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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I have a computer with windows 7 and had Microsoft Word 2000 for some time and it suddenly won't open. The only thing that changed was some updates and I got the new Internet explorer.


Hello Sir my name is Alex and today I'm your expertise solver.


Well, using Office 2000 package on latest Windows 7 systems could be really hard, because infrastructural base had changed from then. If you got latest windows update, that could mean only what you have already described: Your one time package or any office software 2000 wont work. I suggest you updating your office package on working versions for W 7, since thats only solution for you.

Wish you the best of luck. Please rate my solution, that would be really kind from you :)

Alex

May 05, 2011 | Microsoft Word 2000 for PC

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Ive just bought a new windows 7 home premium laptop. The problem is that when I do a word document and I save it and put it on my USB, I put it in my windows vista laptop because it is connected to a...


I think this has nothing to do with the Operating System (Windows 7 or Vista). The issue may be because of the different versions of MS Office. As regards, MS Office 2007 files can be opened normally with Office 2007. However, if you wish to open Office 2007 files with Office 2003, you have to install MS Office compatibility Pack, which can be downloaded from Microsoft site.

Let me know if any further clarification/ assistance is required.


Hope it helps! Good Luck!
CreativeTECH

Apr 12, 2011 | Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT...

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How do you scan a document to MS-Word?


You actually have 2 options.

First Option: (You can also see the instructions here.)

How to Turn a Scanned Document Into Microsoft Word Document:

1)Scan the page you want to convert into a Microsoft Word document.
2)Save the scanned image in *.gif, *.jpeg or whatever format.
3)Open that image, go to "File->Save As" and name it "xyz.tiff" in the "TIFF" format as shown.
4)Go to "Start->Programs->Microsoft Office Tools->Microsoft Office Document Imaging"
5)Go to "File->Open" and open your scanned document that has been saved in *.TIFF format.
6)Go to "Tools->Send Text to Word." You will get a prompt stating this process will take time, Click OK. This will take some time depending on your computer's speed (a minute or two at the most).
7)When it's done it will open up Microsoft word on its own and the scanned document will now be in editable mode.

Second Option: (You can also see the instructions here.)

Install Microsoft Office Document Imaging:

Follow the instructions based on the operating system that your computer is running.

For Windows Vista Users:

1. Exit all programs.
(Tip You may want to print this topic before you exit all programs.)
2. Click the Start button Button image, and then click Control Panel.
3. In Control Panel, click Programs, and then click Programs and Features.
4. Right-click the name of the Microsoft Office edition that you installed or right-click Microsoft Office Word 2007 (depending on whether you installed Word as part of Office or as an individual program), and then click Change.
5. Click Add or Remove Features, and then click Continue.
6. Under Installation Options, click the plus sign (+) next to Office Tools.
7. Click the arrow next to Microsoft Office Document Imaging, click Run all from my Computer, and then click Continue.

For Windows XP Users:

1. Exit all programs.
(Tip You may want to print this topic before you exit all programs.)
2. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
3. In Control Panel, click Add or Remove Programs , and then click Remove a program.
4. In the Currently installed programs list, click the name of the Microsoft Office edition that you installed or click Microsoft Office Word 2007 (depending on whether you installed Word as part of Office or as an individual program), and then click Change.

The Configuration Wizard opens.

5. Click Add or Remove Features, and then click Continue.
6. Under Installation Options, click the plus sign (+) next to Office Tools.
7. Click the arrow next to Microsoft Office Document Imaging, click Run all from my Computer, and then click Continue.


Create a document that you can edit

Scan your document according to the instructions for your scanner.

Before you continue Convert the file that the scanner created to TIFF format. You can use Paint or another program to convert the file.

1. Open Microsoft Office Document Imaging by doing one of the following:
In Windows Vista Click the Start button Button image, click All Programs, then click Microsoft Office, click Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office Document Imaging.
In Windows XP Click Start, click All Programs, click Microsoft Office, click Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office Document Imaging.
2. On the File menu, click Open.
3. Locate the document that you scanned, and then click Open.
4. After Microsoft Office Document Imaging runs, press CTRL+A to select the entire document, and then press CTRL+C.
5. Start Microsoft Office Word.
6. Click the Microsoft Office Button Button image, and then click New.
7. Click Blank document, and then click Create.
8. Press CTRL+V to paste the contents of the scanned document into the new file.

You now have a document that you can edit. Be sure to save the new file so that you don't lose your changes.




Hope this helps!

Apr 06, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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MY OPERATION SYSTEM


Hi there,
Your current operating system is most likely a version of windows. Depending on your model and type of computer, you may have any of the following versions of windows:
Windows 98 Windows 98SE WIndows ME
Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional Edition
Windows Vista Home Basic Edition Windows Vista Home Premium Edition Windows Vista Business Edition Windows Vista Enterprise Edition Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Windows 7 Starter Windows 7 Home Basic Windows 7 Home Premium Windows 7 Professional Windows 7 Enterprise Windows 7 Ultimate Windows Thin PC
John

Mar 13, 2011 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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I bought Toshiba L650-11f on August 03rd 2010,which has come with pre installed Windows 7 Home Premium,as i am not comfortable on windows 7 i have removed windows 7 and installed windows XP x(64) Edition...


> I am not comfortable on Windows 7

Toshiba designed the computer to work with Windows 7,
i.e., they wrote Windows 7 device-drivers for the Toshiba-specific hardware (video/audio/network). So, if such device-drivers exist for Windows XP, then only Toshiba's web-site will have them.

Also, note that Microsoft's "Product Lifecycle Policy" ended mainstream support for Windows XP on 14/04/2009, but "extended" support still is available, i.e., XP is swiftly heading to its "sunset".

Similarly, "extended" support for Microsoft Office XP will end on 12/07/2011, i.e., less than one year from now, and "extended" support for Microsoft Office 2003 will end on 08/04/2014.

In fact, after October 22, 2010, retail stores will not be allowed to sell Windows Vista.

So, if you want a supported operating system until 13/01/2015, then it's time to upgrade from 2001's "new" operating system to Windows 7.

Bite the bullet, and re-install Windows 7; you will soon be finding that any "new" software being announced will _NOT_ be supported under Windows XP.

Aug 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Product key


you can get in touch with microsoft

Jun 07, 2010 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Need the product key for mshome and office 7/student edition My computer is hp with Windows Vista


if you have the disc for ms office, you can get the product key from the sticker on the cd packaging.
if you purchase it online, it is included on the email confirmation sent to you.

May 20, 2010 | Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 Home and...

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Run One Copy Of MS OFFICE 2007 on TWO OS'S


This maybe an issue with the installer. I don't think Windows 7 is supported in default mode. But you can run as xp compatibility and it should install fine.

Jul 08, 2009 | Microsoft Office 2007 Professional Edition...

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