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How do I move Office 2003 to a new computer?

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Old 26-01-2008
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How do I move Office 2003 to a new computer?

The PC that I am working on is having some sort of hardware issues and it will better for me to purchase a new one rather than fixing this old pc. So, the issue is that I dont know to move some of my currecnt MS software to a new computer. The applications that I want to move are - Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Word, Access and Publisher and all of them are 2003. I also want to move MS Visual Stufio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 Management Studio, so can anyone tell me how to do this? Thanks

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Re: How do I move Office 2003 to a new computer?

Well, you will just need the CDs to reinstall the programs on another computer, guessing they are not an OEM version, if it is then you will have to purchase a new copy.
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