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Most likely, and I am 99.9% sure about this, you need to enter a product key. Reason being, Everything on Word locks out and you can't do anything untill you put in a product key.
Places you can get the product key:
--the Microsoft website
If this only happens in one particular document, try opening that
document and clicking on Tools | Unprotect Document.
If all new and existing documents are locked for editing, then
it's probably because you have not activated your Word/Office
software, or because you have an expired trial version of Office. What happens if you start Word and click on Help |
Activate Product? If you are already activated, a dialog box
saying so will appear. If you are not activated, the Activation
Wizard will start. If you have an expired trial version, a
dialog box will prompt you to enter a valid product key or
purchase a key online.
Please let me know if this has been helpful or if there is anything else I can do. Thank you.
When you are about to save, instead of save, If you select "save as" and from there below the filename, if you click the drop down box "save as type"does it work for the 2003 type or any other type at all other than works?
If you are looking on the laptop that is not the product that is the Key for windows Vista or XP the product key for Office will be on a case that came with the System and it will say office if it doesn't work out email me directly