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Installing Office 2000 on Vista


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willow2002

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I am planning on buying a new laptop with Windows Vista. Will I have problems installing/running Office 2000 on it?

Any help would be appreciated. I'm not quite ready to shell out the money for Office 2007.

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Howdy:

According to MICROSOFT it should.

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I am running Office 2000 pro on my Acer Aspire laptop that has vista basic with no problems so far.

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You can run office 2000 on a vista machine, however you may get a pop up asking you to insert the installation CD. If so just click cancell (sometimes a few times) and it will go away and open the office application you wish to run.
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If you are a STUDENT (and you do have to prove that you are) then you can get Office Ultimate 2007 at a great price (limited time)

Ultimate Steal
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DO NOT SPAM ME AGAIN !
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SORRY I GOT A LITTLE HOT HEADED WHEN I OPENED AN E-MAIL FROM GEEKS TO GO AND AN AD POPED UP. I KNOW THAT YOU WHERE JUST GIVING A SUGGESTION AND PROVIDING A LINK FOR MORE INFO. I HAVE TO BE ABLE TO TRUST EMAILS FROM GEEKS TO GO SO WHEN THE AD POPED UP I WAS UPSET.
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Next time, try counting to 10 before posting. :)
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Thanks so much for the help.
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