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Office Home & Student 2007


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ceej

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Recently got a new notebook for occasional use but I have Office 2007 with an installation CD and the new notebook doesn't have a disc drive. I've tried searching MS website but can't find anything vaguely helpful.
I'm pretty certain there must be an obvious solution that I don't know about. I'm in the UK if that makes any difference...

Would really appreciate some help as this is driving me nuts

Many thanks

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Download the 60 day trial from Microsoft. http://trial.trymicr...x?culture=en-GB
You can then convert it with your Office Home & Student key to the full version and use the same key to activate it.
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Thank you so much.
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