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Microsoft Office 2007 activation wizard

by lolericlol / December 1, 2009 12:36 AM PST

I have a trial version of Microsoft Office 2007 and
I want to activite me Microsoft Office 2007 but I already used it more than 25 times and now the activation wizard doesn?t appear no more. I already tried in ?options? and sources to open the activation wizard but when I click on the button nothing happens.
I have to say that I tried to work with Microsoft Office 2007 without activating it by trying to crack Microsoft Office 2007.
I read that you had to change ?Alwaysinstalled? to ?neverinstalled?and it worked for some time, but my trial period expired. I already changed it back but I still don?t get the activation wizard.
Could someone help with this?
Thank you very much!!!!

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No. In fact this earns a lock.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 1, 2009 1:49 AM PST

"Getting around" activation is not a viable or allowed subject here. Read the forum policies.

You had ample time to use and evaluate Office so the time is up and you have to decide if it is worth bucks.

In closing, I think some office stores are selling the student version well under 99 bucks today.

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JG addition.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 1, 2009 5:14 AM PST

Jimmy Greystone writes " Maybe in the effort of being helpful, you could amend the post to include mention of free alternatives like OpenOffice."

Yes, we love this stuff ->

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