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My son has deleted microsoft office 2000sr1 professional and I went back to a restore point and restored but when I try to open outlook express it asks me to put microsoft office 2000 sr1 professional disc I have misplaced the disc and cant afford to buy it again
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you may be able to phone microsoft for a replacement disk,

you also may be able to extract the activation key by using magical jelly bean

keyfinder

if you cannot get a replacement disk, then openoffice is a free office suite by sun microsystems

openoffice

its compatable with most ms office formats
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