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Can I install a Microsoft Office in this case ?

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#1 SmallB1gMac


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Posted 12 July 2015 - 06:16 AM



So the problem is that I have a Microsoft Office Professional disc but yesterday my friend asked me to install Home and Student version as lately he losed his disc and is unable to install it and here is the question, is it with Microsoft Office the same like with Windows Vista/7 where I can input Home and Student key into Professional version and it will install it or do I need to download home and student iso from technet ?

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Posted 12 July 2015 - 08:32 AM

Hi SmallB1gMac :)

If you want to install Microsoft Office Home and Student, you need a Home and Student disc. If you want to install Microsoft Office Professional, you need a Professional disc. Simple as that :) The product key won't determine the version of Office you are using here.

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