Help with MS Office 2003 activation
My PC is running very slow so I would like to reinstall from scratch (start with the Windows XP reinstall disks from Dell). My concern is that I will not be able to install my MS Office 2003. I plan to put it on the same computer it is currently running on but I believe it will report that I have "used up all
my available licenses". My MS Office License was part of package from Microsoft we bought about 6 years back that had 10 license for all MS products. I think it was a developers kit but anyway, it is a valid license and I should be able to use it.
Re: Help with MS Office 2003 activation
If you all your license expired then two things you can do here. Either upgrade to Windows 7 and purchase a upgrade version or search for Beta Version of Microsoft Office 2007. Microsoft releases a beta version for public testing. This version is free for download and works for years without any activation needed. Otherwise there is no way and you have to buy a license copy of Microsoft Office.
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