Office 2003 - No Disc

  dads3a 18:22 02 Jun 2007

Am I right in thinking that one copy of Office 2003 can be installed on more than one computer in the same household.

The reason I ask is that I've brought my mothers old pc back for one of the kids to use.It has Office 2003 installed on it.

The problem is I have no discs at all for the pc.

If it is legal is they're a way that I can make a disc from what is installed on the other pc and load it onto my lappy.

I've managed to get the serial through belarc.


  Jackcoms 18:25 02 Jun 2007

You can load Office onto 1 PC and 1 laptop.

You cannot make a copy of it.

  VoG II 18:26 02 Jun 2007

I believe that the EULA for Office 2003 allows installation on one desktop and one laptop.

However, it would be next to impossible to copy what is installed on one PC and get it to install on another.

  dads3a 18:27 02 Jun 2007

So whats the score for a lost disc? Do you have to buy another copy of Office 2003.

Its more or less to save the hassle of downloading the trial every 3 months.

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