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hope for me if I accidentally removed Office 2013

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#1 monticello


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Posted 04 October 2015 - 04:30 PM

..and it is not in the recycle bin but I can access XCel and Powerpoint - just not word processing - groan!

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Posted 04 October 2015 - 04:55 PM

You can repair install Office 2013


To do this:

Press WindowsX

Click on Programs and Features...

Find Microsoft Office 2013, and right-click on it

Click on Repair/Change, and choose quick repair

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Posted 04 October 2015 - 08:38 PM


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Posted 05 October 2015 - 11:21 AM



          Thanks very much for posting that direct link to the Microsoft Office Setup webpage.  It seems that there's little knowledge that, with the advent of Office 2013, Office is downloaded and installed via a web-based interface.  I have never seen an actual set of DVDs for Office 2013 (and probably won't for 2016, either).


          You can create your own if you've purchased a license key and installed Office using it.  I've done this for a client whose internet access is via satellite and for whom the initial download process took many hours to complete.  She wanted to have a copy on optical media in case she should ever need to do a reinstall or repair so that she didn't have to download again (or at least wouldn't have to download the stuff necessary to perform those tasks).


           If you keep a copy of your license key safely where you can find it and/or have a Microsoft account associated with a particular Microsoft software product that's handled via online installation you are in a much better position to recover from any sort of disaster on your machine.

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