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Transfer already purchased Microsoft office

I just bought a new laptop and I need to know how to transfer over my already purchased Microsoft Office 2013 to my new laptop. I don't have the code nor recall how I even purchased it because I had my old laptop for a very long time. Is there a way to do this?

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Might as well install
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if it came with

If it came with the old computer, it is oem and cannot be transfer. If you purchased the dvd, the key should be on the dvd case. If you purchased and download from microsoft, it should be in your confirmation email or in your microsoft account.

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