MS Office install

  denali 10:28 20 Sep 2006
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I ran a previous thread on Excel to which I had a wonderful response. My daughter has MS Office Pro 2003 installed on her laptop. It was very expensive (almost as much as her laptop). Would/is it legal for me to installed it on my desktop using her disk?

  Strawballs 10:31 20 Sep 2006

No I'm afraid not unless your daughter has a mulitipul liecence it can only be used on 1 machine at a time.

  VoG II 10:45 20 Sep 2006

I think you'll find that MS Office can be installed on a laptop as well as a desktop. You need to read the EULA.

  denali 10:53 20 Sep 2006

VoG™. Thank you I have "Taken the bull by the horns" and tried it. It now appears to be installing, accepted the product key and is on its way!

  denali 11:51 20 Sep 2006

I realise I have clicked resolved to this, but maybe it will help someone else. Office installed perfectly and I have just downloaded all the updates. It appears you were right (again) VoG™. Thank you

  denali 11:52 20 Sep 2006

I realise I have clicked resolved to this, but maybe it will help someone else. Office installed perfectly and I have just downloaded all the updates. It appears you were right (again) VoG™. Thank you

  denali 11:53 20 Sep 2006

Whoops!!!

  anskyber 12:38 20 Sep 2006

He is usually right! click here is a copy of the EULA there are many variations so you might want to have it confirmed by choosing the right product click here

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