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Transferring Office 2007 Home/Student to new computer

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#1 Tigerrat


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Posted 16 November 2009 - 05:43 PM

I have a store bought version that allows me to use it on 3 computers which I am presently doing. I want to replace one computer with a new one. Can I just do a fresh install or do I have to some way move the copy off the old PC to the new one? I just want to keep 3 working copies. Thanks, Ken

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#2 Izzy


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Posted 26 November 2009 - 05:52 AM

you just uninstall it from the old computer and install it on the new computer, it should activate over the net, if it doesn't activate over the internet, just choose phone method. Just listen to the instructions the automated voice tells you. You may have to input several numbers to get your activation code don't bother writing them down, just type stright in as they are different every time you install it.

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