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Microsoft Office Corrupt


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I had several bad malware issues (which you guys nobly helped me to fix) and they corrupted and destroyed my Microsoft Office version that came with my Windows XP. The version that came on my computer was a trial version that opted for a full version with the entry of an authentication number. I bought the number to enable the full version and when the malware destroyed my office because I didnt have any CDs (the version came with my computer) I dont know how to obtain another version. Do you guys know if Microsoft provides a download of the trial version which could then be updated to the full version with my authentication number? Any help would be great.

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Can you open any Office programmes

Which version of Office
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no i cannot open any of the office programs.....i believe it is OfficeXP.
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You will need to contact Microsoft for Office XP and explain the situation as it is not the latest version
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