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Posted on Sep 25, 2007

Microsoft Office Sir, I had "Microsoft Office 2003". When I removed Windows XP and put on windows XP Home Edition, I did not have Microsoft Office.I would like to get a free dowmnload or any other way of getting it. Help me

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Unfortunately, you would have to pay for MS Office. However, if you are okay with something other than office (but compatable with MS Office file extensions) you can try openoffice.org

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Unfortunately, Microsoft Office is separate from Windows. If your computer came preinstalled with Office, I suggest that you contact your PC manufacturer and ask for the Office installer. If that doesn't help, you should purchase one online. There are online stores that sells Office cheaper than regular price.

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Where can i find a downloadable installer for microsoft office windows xp home edition?

go to http:www.download.com thats the site where you can downoad some free softwares
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here. these are four parts microsoft office 2003 free downloads with its serials. Downloads all parts, extract in a single folder. and run the setup. Enter the serials to run the application.

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Hello Fawzihadi,
Depending on how much disk space you have left on your hard drive, Microsoft Home and Student requires at least 1.5GB of free space. I've posted the minimum system requirements below, you will need these to run Office Home and Student 2007.

Minimum Requirements: (View on Microsoft Website)
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The older version of Microsoft Office, Office 2003, can only be purchased on CD media.

Amazon.com has links to several sellers that still have this older Microsoft Office 2003 Suite available for purchase.
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If your version of Microsoft Office 2003 came from a legitimate CD, then re-run the CD. If it is not taking your product registration key, then call Microsoft and have them override the blockage. I had to do the same when I wiped my hard drive clean - I found their tech support in this area to be most helpful.
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