How can I start my trial for Microsoft Office 2007?
Question: I'm trying to make a brochure off from Publisher 2007 and it always says configure and yadda yadda then when i click the designs it says it cannot operate it. Whats going on?
Best Answers: How can I start my trial for Microsoft Office 2007?
Have you used a 60 day trial of Office on this machine before? If not the program files may be corrupted. I would go ahead and uninstall, re-download and install. For more Office resources head to http://www.facebook.com/office Cheers, Andy MSFT Office Outreach
After that 60 days (or, be warned, 25 uses of all the Office programs (Word, Excel, Powerpoint,... combined), you'll be able to read and print your documents, but not much more. At that point you'll have to buy some version of Office 2007 to continue using it. This will then be some of your lower-priced options: First, if you're a student, you may qualify for the Student edition of Office at a pretty good price ($59.95): http://www.microsoft.com/student/discoun... Second, if you’re interested in buying just Word, check out this URL, especially the second group of listings. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/produc... Note that the higher of the two prices quoted is for a full version of that program and the lower, for upgrades from existing software. Read the list of upgrade-qualifying software carefully: MS Works is often one, and may have come on your machine. Finally, if you have files that are locked up in the new Word 2007 file format (.docx), here’s a possibility for salvaging them. Microsoft offers a free Compatibility pack that allows earlier versions of Word to read Word 2007 files. If you have access to an earlier version, this can at least give you back your documents. Some new features of Word 2007 will be lost or converted to straight text in the conversion to the earlier version. Good luck.
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