Licensing Office 2000

  besuk 12:12 10 Mar 03

I have a PC where I run Office 2000.
I would like now to buy two new PC's, to create a small domestic network, and where I would like to install the same Office 2000.
Unfortunately, being Office 2000 no longer on sale, it is not possible to acquire new licenses for this package.
I have heard somewhere that it is possible to down-grade a Office XP license, to use it with Office 2000.
I have visited the Microsoft web site, but I haven't found any useful information.
Does anybody out there know anything about this problem, or have any suggestion ?
Thank you.

  recap 12:27 10 Mar 03

The XP license is backward compatible, as now I think that is the only type of license you can get.

  Kobayashimaru 17:48 10 Mar 03

If you purchase boxed version of Office XP then NO there are no downgrades rights.

You have to enrole on a licensing Agreement with Microsoft (Minimum purchase of 5 Office Licenses) to qualify.

If you need any other qualification on this please post.

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