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Topic # 91579 16-Oct-2011 08:06
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I am thinking of restoring my computer, but the only problem I have is Office. I already have it installed on my computer and I have bought it but will I ever be able to recover it if I restore my computer??
I have the Product key, does that mean that I can download it again? 

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  Reply # 533930 16-Oct-2011 11:14
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Office 2010 can be downloaded from Microsoft if you have a valid product key card.

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  Reply # 533938 16-Oct-2011 11:48
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A lot of machines had Office 2007 or 2010 trial versions pre-installed as part of the factory image so as long as you have the product key you should be fine.
You can always download the installation file if needed.




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  Reply # 533956 16-Oct-2011 14:11
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You can download Office 2010 from here




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  Reply # 533961 16-Oct-2011 15:39
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Ok, it worked thanks!!!

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