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MS Office 2003 Professional (Upgrade Version)


Chelonian

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Do I have to install a qualifying MS Office product, say, MS Word 2002 onto a PC to “qualify” it to install an Upgrade Version of MS Office 2003 Professional? I have the Product Key for the Word 2002 program but I’ve mislaid the Word 2002 disk itself.

Any advice appreciated. Cheers.

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chub_tor

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Sadly I think that you will need a disk to put into the drive when prompted to do so when starting the installation of the Upgrade version of 2003. I think that pretty much any version of Office would do, even Office 97 if you have a copy of that.

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wee eddie

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I was able to use a borrowed Office Disk when I had to re-install an Up-Grade version of Office XP (2002), as I had lost the Office '95 Disk Set

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