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Thread: How do I turn off ads in Starter in Microsoft office 2010

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    How do I turn off ads in Starter in Microsoft office 2010

    I installed Microsoft office 2010 in my computer system but my problem is whenever I start in Microsoft office ads appears every time . which is really irritating me I want to know how is there is any trick or any setting to turn off these startup ads ..??

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    Re: How do I turn off ads in Starter in Microsoft office 2010

    Office Starter is a small functionality, ads -support description of Office 2010, made to give to show their clients an instant experience to the Office 2010 experience. It is not probable to disable the advertisements within Startup. Yes it is probable to upgrade to a fully version of Office 2010 from directly from the Office Starter. If you decide to do, you will see more Office features and facility without the ads.

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    Re: How do I turn off ads in Starter in Microsoft office 2010

    your got only three options that are as folloes:-
    • avoiding use starter
    • Uninstall and install some other version of MS Office
    • or the last options is Upgrade Starter to any one of the other 2010 versions.

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    Re: How do I turn off ads in Starter in Microsoft office 2010

    actually this software is a retail approved copy of Microsoft Office, license only permits you to shift the product from one system to another system. In case if it is an Product Key Card license from MS Office the sad thing is the license do not allows to move the product to any other system. Microsoft Office 2003 & 2007 run well in 64-bit system.
    • remove Office from the getting on machine.
    • remove Office Starter 2010 from the new system. Reboot twice.
    • Install Microsoft Office on the new system turn it on. Restart.
    • Go to Windows Updates, try the option for it to updates for some other Microsoft products, and then run Windows Update to make certain your recently installed Office is fully efficient.

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