Home Forums Consumer Rights Advice License Issue Tech Helproom | Windows Help | Apple Help | Digital Home & Smartphones Help | Consumer Rights Advice | Games | Speakers Corner | Beta Testing Forum Rules | Contact Forum Editor | Report a Post License Issue recap 10:55 15 Feb 2007 Locked Here at work, we have just bought 4 laptops. We have 20 desktop PC's all running MS Office 2003 (Volume Lincense). Not all these desktops are running at any one time.The laptops will be used primarily for off site use.My question is this: can I install Office 2003 on these laptops without infringing the EULA? recap 11:54 15 Feb 2007 Zero G, there are 20 licenses in the volume.ventanas, I wasn't sure whether the two rule applied to volume licensing or not. It's not OEM software.recap Belatucadrus 15:12 15 Feb 2007 Or if the Office license doesn't work out, you could install OpenOffice click here and set the default save formats to Word, Excel etc. Fully open source, no license issues and no costly visits from FAST. recap 15:21 15 Feb 2007 Thanks I had forgot about OpenOffice of which I do have a disc. This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.