If so I'm not sure how you could prove it is legit aside of maybe spending hours phoning up Microsoft. Let me know if you think the suite is worth the cost and why , or if you're planning to jump ship and never look back. We are discontinuing the Works product with the launch of Office 2010. A message says Office isn't associated with this account For help with this message, see. Hope this helps Let us know how it all works out. If you want to access files from different locations or devices that don't have Office, this works to your advantage.
Say after all this why Office when many can get by with LibreOffice and Thunderbird? You can take notes, keep a journal, log items on a calendar, and more. In the run-up to Office 2013's preview release, speculation flew fast and far about how much the new Office would be beholden to Win8. Also, when I purchase the retail license does that make me eligible to use it on my desktop and my laptop too? Free alternatives Google Docs is by far Office 365's closest competitor. For someone like me, who's constantly squirrelling around in the same directories for different files, this is a godsend. Most of the writing I do actually takes place in various blog tools, and often I'll compose my posts in Google Docs -- seeing as I'm already in my browser anyway. Right now, I use DotNetNuke because skinning is more difficult that it needs to be with SharePoint.
It can be one less account to remember, or maybe you just prefer to use certain accounts for certain activities. Time to catch up I guess as one development stops and the next moves on. It downloads and just about before it is completely installed it fails and states it didn't finish installing, try re-running. If you need to reset your Microsoft account password, see. Not doing so is limiting its potential. That's for a single-user license.
Actually, I have two free Office 2007s. Internet access is also required to access documents stored on OneDrive, unless you install the OneDrive desktop app. It just strikes me as out of whack relative to consumers' needs and the available alternatives. Given that I have rather large. Do I have your attention? And, Office 2010 Starter is not on the recovery partition, or recovery disks, and as you found out, it is no longer available for download from Microsoft.
I shouldn't have to go back to the out-of-box system state. Work or school accounts If your admin has given you permission to reset your password go to,. I should note that this deal is for the downloadable version of Office, not a boxed copy, but that's actually a good thing: you'll get it faster. Why repeat what others have battled with? There are several reasons why you might get an error after entering a product key. Note: In Classic view, double-click Add or Remove Programs, click the name of the Microsoft Office suite or program you want to change, and then click Change.
To reactivate your Office applications, reconnect to the Internet. I also got one at an Office 2007 launch event. Every time I have ever used sharing and collaboration in Acrobat, it has resulted in chaos with one user changing what another just wrote or edited causing conflict between all participants because the original is no longer available unless someone had the foresight to make a backup copy. Instead, Microsoft has given Office 2013 a Metro-style makeover without making it an actual Metro app. Each consumer receives one license when purchasing Microsoft Office Suite 2010, but this does not mean the user is automatically limited to one computer. Most Microsoft products use a 25-character product key.
Web Apps is seriously limited. Try one of the free alternatives or give Corel's WordPerfect Suite a second look. You should have received a product key which you need to enter when prompted to activate Office. For the past few months I've been using , and it more than covers my needs on all three office-tool fronts. What operating systems does 2010 Professional Plus work with? What you'll get The apps you get depend on your subscription choice.
The keycard idea is good, although it depends on its price compared to the number of installs. Microsoft is pushing users strongly to work with the cloud. Obviously Outlook is not going to have an ad supported version anytime soon. Invitees don't need a SkyDrive account or Office to view files on SkyDrive but they will need an invitation. Yes, depending on the Office 365 package you get, the monthly rent will sooner or later end up costing more than a purchase. These accounts are most often associated with products.
If you bought Office through the online Microsoft store and you signed in to make your purchase, this is the account that's associated with Office. Many services you use every day are a part of the cloud—everything from web-based email to mobile banking and online photo storage. The page is similar to what you'd see in Word 2010 if you start a new document from a template: In a pane on the right, it hosts various thumbnail images illustrating the different templates; and in a smaller pane on the left, it lets you select from recent Word documents or open other existing files. So, at least I saved you from doing an unnecessary and fruitless system recovery. I am not sure if that is the right option to look for it.
I don't get it any more than you do. An example, with a dual montor config it would be nice if Excel would let you view two worksheets at the same time sort of a double maximize capability. Then I created two identical spreadsheets and performed the same tasks on each, one with the Ribbon bar menus and one with the old 2003 menus. Also, I think you should reconsider and let Office Starter be a free or cheap download from Microsoft. Click the name of the Microsoft Office suite or program you want to change, and then click Change.