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:whistling: Someone gave me two computers faster than the one I alaready had. I put the
hard drive of one computer into another computer. The hard drive I installed
had Microsoft Office 97 while my normal computer had Microsoft 2000. I wanted
to wipe out the hard drive that had the Office 97 software on it so I copied
the files to my normally used hard drive that had the Office 2000 on it
because I needed the PowerPoint software for speaking engagements but I had
never been about to afford to buy it. Now I went to update the 97 software
and it says it doesn't exist. How do I use the 97 software so that it is
recongnize on my computer so that I will have the PowerPoint software and
then upgrade it with my 2000 software?
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the only way to do this is to BUY the software. it requires installtion. coping the files will not work.
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