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MS Office 2007 Small Business OEM

I have MS Office 2007 Small Business OEM on my Vista computer. I am going to upgrade to WIN7. Is this software WIN7 compatible? I was thinking of doing a clean install. Will this Dell OEM disk work? I have serial# and activation code. Thank you.

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Office 2007 does work.

And is compatible. But OEM versions can be modified in odd ways. If it fails, back to Dell to fix it.

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upgrade install

I guess, if I had to, I could upgrade Vista with Office 2007 installed to WIN7.

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I see no reason to do that.

You have a valid OEM DELL license, the Dell computer and Office 2007 does run on this OS. The problem is no one can state with 100% certainty that nothing will go wrong but only about 99.99% sure it will be fine.

At least you are not out of compliance on the license so no worries.

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Give it a shot

To Open Office, I use it everyday.

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Re: MS Office Small Business OEM

Hi, I think you will be OK, but I wanted to let you know that the Microsoft Small Business Center which has a lot of helpful resources and information on software/upgrades/reinstallation. You will also find a lot of other great tips under the Software and Learning Center tabs. No registration required.

Microsoft Small Business Center

Best of luck,
The Microsoft SMB Outreach Team

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